Since two years ago – the same year typhoons virtually ruined Pope Francis’ trip in the Philippines – typhoons keep on ruining Easter Sunday and it has already become a routine.
We’re already at the end of the sweltering April hot season and yet storms keep on being churned by the Montbernians that are aimed to strike right on Easter and as we all know, Holy Week has no definite schedule and it all dependent on the first full moon after the Spring Equinox.
Right, the Montbernians had already mastered computing Easter and prime the Pacific to bring out at least a single typhoon. Or they have more sinister plans for the next six months?
Right now the remnants of a tropical depression, named Crising by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration, is already causing chaos in the Visayas Region.
For instance, heavy rains caused flash floods in Cebu and caused a stage that should be used in Sugat Kabanhawan presentation to collapse. The drama presentation was forced to be cancelled – the first time in history, organizers said – due to the rains.