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#OdettePH LIVE Updates in Cagayan de Oro City


“Odette” (international name: Rai) continued to intensify into Severe Tropical Storm (SWS) on Thursday morning, December 16, as it moved west-northwestward at 30 km/h towards Palau, said the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA).

In its 11 AM weather bulletin, PAGASA said “Odette” was last tracked 1,165 km East of Mindanao. It now packs maximum sustained winds of 95 km/h near the center and gustiness of up to 115 km/h.

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Watch the LIVE Coverage by the Cagayan de Oro City Information Office below.

LIVE Important Updates

According to the City Information Office (CIO), here is the list of flood-prone barangays.

A. Macasandig to Macabalan

  • Macasandig
  • Nazareth
  • Barangay 6
  • 7
  • 10
  • 13
  • 15
  • 17
  • Puntod
  • Concolacion
  • Macabalan

B. East Side of CDO

  • Gusa
  • Cugman
  • Tablon
  • FS Catanico
  • Agusan
  • Bugo

C. Bugo to Bonbon

  • Balulang
  • Carmen
  • Kauswagan
  • Bayabas
  • Bonbon

D. Iponan River

  • Canitoan
  • Pagatpat
  • Baikingon
  • Iponan
  • Sansimon

In case of Emergency, call 911.

Other CDO Emergency Contact Numbers:

  • Oro Rescue – (088) 857 4144 or 911
  • City Police – 09364017888
  • Fire – 160
  • City Hospital 0 (088) 880 1070
  • RTA – (088) 858 2841
  • CDO Operations Hotlines – 09569356222/09283267612
  • CSWD – 09359448560

For rescue, make sure to give out the complete and exact location (landmarks, etc.), as well as contact numbers.

Meanwhile, here is the list of assigned Evacuation Sites per barangay.

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines canceled all flights at the Laguindingan Airport as of 9:00 AM today.

As of 9:35 AM, Cagayan de Oro is placed under CODE YELLOW (Flooding is possible).

Evacuation Status as of 10:00 AM

As of 11:00 AM, Cagayan de Oro and Misamis Oriental are now on Red warning level according to PAGASA advisory. This means the rainfall is now Intense to Torrential with 30mm per hour.

The local government has suspended the work for City Hall employees from 12:00 NN today onwards due to Typhoon “ODETTE.” Read the memorandum below.

As of 11:50 AM, the center of Typhoon “ODETTE” is tracked 175km East of Surigao City, Surigao del Norte, with an intensity of 185 kp/h and movement 25kp/h west-northwestward. The water level in Cagayan and Iponan Rivers are both NORMAL.

Meanwhile, PAGASA placed Cagayan de Oro and other parts of Northern Mindanao under Tropical Cyclone Wind Signal (TCWS) No. 2 (damaging gale- to storm-force winds prevailing or expecting within 24 hours).

As the rainfall continues, pet owners are reminded to please don’t tie their pets or lock them in cages. They know how to swim, so in case of flooding, release them. It’s a way to help them survive.

As of 12:25 PM, Cagayan de Oro is now under CODE ORANGE (flooding is threatening) on evacuation protocol. Pre-emptive evacuation is now enforced.

The Cagayan de Oro Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (CDRMMD) – Oro Rescue continues to monitor the water level in the Cagayan River. However, a noticeable rise in water level has been observed in the Iponan River as of 12:40 PM today.

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City Information Office

New link for the CDO LIVE Coverage of Typhoon “ODETTE”

Oro Rescue – Street Flooding Update #6 as of 1:30 PM


Cagayan de Oro River Water Level Update as of 1:50 PM

CDRMMD continues to monitor the water level. To reiterate, the city is now under CODE ORANGE in the Hydromet Evacuation Protocol, which means PRE-EMPTIVE EVACUATION is advised to flood-prone areas.

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The city issued Executive Order No. 146, s.2021 an order suspending work in all city government offices and classes in the city on December 16, 2021, due to Tropical Storm ‘Rai’ also known as Typhoon “Odette.” Meanwhile, suspension of work in the private sector is left to the sound discretion of the management/owners but the city reminds the private sector to ensure the welfare and safety of the workers. See the full document below.

CDO EO 146 2021
CDO EO 146 2021

As of 2:44 PM, Cagayan de Oro is now under CODE RED in the Hydromet Evacuation Protocol, advising Force Evacuation to flood-prone areas.

City Information Office

WATCH: LIVE Coverage of Typhoon “ODETTE” as of 2:30 PM

WATCH: LIVE Coverage of Typhoon “ODETTE” as of 5:11 PM

As of 6:00 PM, 1,854 families have been counted in the evacuation sites.

PAGASA Satellite Updates

As of 10:20 AM

PAGASA Satellite

As of 11:20 AM

PAGASA Satellite

As of 12:40 PM

PAGASA Satellite

As of 1:40 PM

PAGASA Satellite

See photos and footage captured by netizens below.

St. Villarin, Barangya Carmen around 8:00 AM

Apovel Entrance Gate taken around 8:20 AM

Landslide in Roosewood, Macapaya-Indahag Road, Barangay Camaman-an taken around 9:00 AM

Flooding somewhere in Barangay Puerto taken around 9:00 AM

Flood footage taken in Zone 4 Balite, Barangay Puerto around 10:00 AM

As of 10:20 AM, CM Recto, SM Downtown, Limketkai, Puregold Area situation

Bulua – Canitoan Boundary around 10:20 AM

River water level update near Barangay Bugo around 10:30 AM

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Iponan River Update as of 10:50 AM

Iponan River Update as of 11:18 AM

Somewhere in Osmena Extension taken around 11:30 AM

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Laarni Quiñones/Facebook

Taken along C.M. Recto Road near SM Downtown Premier

Markly Padla/Facebook

Iponan River Update as of 1:19 PM

Talakag, Bukidnon around 2:50 PM today

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Marjohn Capayan/Facebook

As of 4:40 PM, the Bulao bridge is impassable due to the high water level of the Iponan River.

Barangay Iponan/Facebook

– WhatALife.ph

Also Read: LPA now Tropical Storm ‘Odette,’ to enter PAR on Dec. 14

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