The list of localities with highest predicted storm surge has been removed. As of 5:00AM 10 April 2014, Tropical Depression Domeng has weakened to a low pressure area (LPA) according to PAGASA.
There will be no further updates unless the LPA intensifies.
How to interpret the data
A storm surge is an abnormal rise of water generated by a storm over and above the tide level (NOAA). The surge height refers to the height of water above the sea level at the time of the storm surge peak. The resulting flood inundation will depend on several factors such as tide level (i.e. high tide or low tide), slope of coastline and height of the storm surge. Yolanda storm surges were as high as 5-6 meters (16-19 feet). Small storm surges about 1-2 feet high which occur at high tide, normally do not inundate coastal areas but can still pose danger to people swimming and playing along the coast because on top of the storm surges could be strong waves.