Motorists were stranded as floods submerged streets after twin weather disturbances – typhoon In-fa and typhoon Cempaka – battered the Philippines. Footage shows tuktuks and commuters wading through the dirty canal water that rose to knee-deep in Manila City on July 21. Typhoon In-fa, locally named Fabian, brought heavy rains to the northeastern side of the country heading to Japan while Cempaka was on the west heading to China – both intensifying the southwest monsoon. The twin weather disturbances are expected to bring strong winds and rains in the country until Thursday (July 22).
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