Heavy Winds Hit Quezon City as Super Typhoon Noru Makes Landfall

Forced evacuations were issued across Quezon City, Philippines, on Sunday, September 25, as a precaution against Super Typhoon Noru, locally known as Karding.

Authorities reported that approximately 1,056 families and 3,874 individuals had been evacuated from Quezon City due to the risk of floods and landslides in the area.

The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) raised a tropical cyclone wind signal number 4 over Quezon City and said winds up to 184 km/h may be seen in the region over the next 12 hours.

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. approved the suspension of work and school in several regions due to be affected by the super typhoon, the Manila Times reported.

Footage captured by Twitter user @holywilsen shows overcast skies and strong winds in the city. Credit: @holywilsen via Storyful

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