List of Wettest Tropical Cyclones By Country - Philippines


See also: Typhoons in the Philippines

This Philippines island archipelago is fairly mountainous, with the highest terrain found in Luzon.

Wettest tropical cyclonethe Philippines
Precipitation Storm Location Ref
Rank mm in
1 2210.0 87.01 July 1911 cyclone Baguio City
2 1216.0 47.86 Carla 1967 Baguio City
3 1085.8 42.45 Utor/Feria 2001 Baguio City
4 1012.7 39.87 Mindulle/Igme 2004
5 994.6 39.16 Zeb/Iliang 1998 Baguio City
6 902.0 35.51 Kujira/Dante 2009
7 869.6 34.24 Dinah/Openg 1977 Western Luzon
8 817.9 32.20 Elaine 1974 Baguio City
9 723.0 29.46 Linfa/Chedeng 2003 Tondoligan Park, Dagupan, Pangasinan
10 747.0 29.41 Gordon/Goring 1989 John Hay AB

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