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2011 Top 10 Philippine Destructive Tropical Cyclones

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Philippines
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Govt. Philippines
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From January to December, nineteen (19) TCs entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR), ten (10) of them were destructive namely Tropical Storm (TS) Bebeng (May 8-11); Typhoon Chedeng (May 20-28); TS TS Falcon ( June 21-25) Typhoon Juaning, (July 25-28), Typhoon Kabayan (July 28-Aug 5); Typhoon Mina (Aug 21-29), Typhoon Pedring (Sept 24-28) , Typhoon Quiel (Sept 29 –Oct 2); TD Ramon (Oct 10-14); and Tropical Storm Sendong (Dec 15-18).

These TCs affected Regions I, II, III, IV-A, IV-B, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, CAR and NCR left in their wakes the following effects:

Casualties – 1,541 Dead
(TS Sendong ranked no.1 with 1,257 followed by TY Pedring with 85)

Affected Families/Persons – 2, 062,647 families/ 9,867,622 person
(TY Pedring ranked no. 1 667,602 families/3,105,355persons followed by TS Falcon (389,348 families/ 1,792,376 persons)

Totally Damaged Houses – 38,088 Houses
(TS Sendong 13,337 followed by TS Juaning 11,196)

Damage to Properties– PhP26, 502,337,198.73M
(TY Pedring PhP15,552,586,957.49 followed by TS Juaning PhP4,441,798,208.89)

Of the 10 destructive TCs, TS Sendong was the most number of deaths totalling to 1,257 with the cities of Cagayan de Oro and Iligan in Region X suffered the brunt.