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FLOODS maintain as the major natural disaster that affects the province of Bulacan. A wide area of the province is affected annually. The Bulacan Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (PDRRMC), with the continued guidance of PRFFWC of PAGASA, maintains and operates a network of rainfall, river and flood stage observation stations within the province as part of its flood disaster mitigation and management program.

This site offers information on the general hydrological situation within the province. While every effort has been put forth to update the data and information contained herein on a regular basis, site users are requested and enjoined to call the Bulacan-PDRRMO for the latest information. Thank you and we are very HAPPY to serve you!

Yesterday 2022-01-20 22:55:00 1.11 3.64
Today 2022-01-21 23:31:00 1.03 3.38
Tomorrow 2022-01-22 0.00

Observed Rainfall

Date Updated

: January 20, 2022

Rainfall total for the past

: 24 Hours

Rainfall ending at

: 8.00 A.M.
Stations  Rainfall  last Update

Status of Dams

Date Updated

: January 20, 2022

Time Updated

: 8:00:00 AM
Dam Reservoir Elev.
Angat Dam 198.85 mtrs 01/20/22
Bustos Dam 17.21 mtrs 01/20/22
Ipo Dam 98.67 mtrs 01/20/22

Normal High Water Level

Angat Dam:  212.00 meters

Spilling Level

Ipo Dam : 101.00 meters Bustos Dam:  17.70 meters

River Status Stations

Date & Time Updated

: January 12, 2022


  08:00:00 AM
Stations  Level 

Flooding situation

Date Updated

: May 14, 2021

Time Updated

: 08:00:00 AM
 Municipality   Flood Level