In our farm in Bugallon, western side of Pangasinan, our caretaker said there were 2D/2N of non-stop rains plus very strong winds. The creek in the farm turned into rampaging river for 2 days too, eroding both sides of the creek and cascaded huge volume of sand, rocks and stones downstream. Below, the way going to my treehouse, left side of the creek.
Right side of the creek. At least one tall mahogany tree was knocked down.
Huge volume of sand was deposited by the flash flood in this side. To the right of the sweet potato or "camote" was a rice plot.
The water used to flow in an inverted L shape. Previous floods and the last one deposited more soil and rocks there, the water now goes relatively straight.
This part has become deeper. Vehicles could cross this part of the creek before, now it is no longer possible.
Luckily, not a single tree around my treehouse fell. But they were battered by the strong winds.
Luckily, only one sheet of the roof of my treehouse was blown away by the wind.