WATCH: How super typhoon Yolanda will hit Philippines
The Department of Science and Technology's Project Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards (NOAH) on Wednesday night uploaded a video simulation created by the UK's Met Office showing how super typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) will slam into the country.
Project NOAH, in its blog, also listed hundreds of towns in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao that will be affected by 60 mm to 100 mm 3-hour accumulated rainfall that will be brought by the tropical cyclone.
Project NOAH head Dr. Mahar Lagmay also issued a storm surge threat warning for coastal areas in the path of the typhoon.
— Mahar Lagmay (@nababaha) November 6, 2013
Information on storm surge levels for specific areas can be accessed through the Project NOAH website by clicking the "weather stations" dropdown menu and selecting "YolandaPH storm tide levels."
ABS-CBNNews.com also has an interactive map showing the current location the super typhoon, as well as a simulation of its movement, windspeeds, and rainfall amount.