As of 7:30 PM tonight, June 24, 2011 Typhoon Falcon update says it that there will be classes tomorrow and that from a previous speed of 19 KPH, now Falcon is faster while passing by at the Philippine area of responsibility at a 22 KPH speed.
Kuya Kim Atienza in his weather report did not say anything regarding the suspension of classes in all or any level which means that it is most likely that college students will have to bear with the non-stop raining and flood to go to school tomorrow. PAG-ASA on the other hand also had no advisories regarding the suspension of classes tomorrow.
Since my daughter goes to UST, she had to stay tuned with classmates and school mates who are vigilant enough to post on Facebook, the updates to classes tomorrow.
Again, no announcement whatsoever on suspension of classes on Saturday June 25, 2011 for college students. According to weather news reports, since Typhoon Falcon gained speed, it is expected that the rains that it carries with it will subside earlier than estimates which is that instead of Sunday, the typhoon will be out of the country on a Saturday.