||On 31 July, Tropical Storm Nida made landfall in northern Cagayan province. As of 1 August, nearly 4 million people were affected and 8,300 people displaced, with 460 people sheltering inside 11 evacuation centres.
||Tropical Cyclone Nepartak formed over the northwestern Pacific Ocean near the island of Guam on 3 July. In China, severe weather including heavy rain, strong winds, and hail has caused floods and landslides, especially in the south-eastern parts of the country. Heavy rain and strong winds may affect the south-eastern areas of the country after 8 July. The cyclone entered the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) in the afternoon of 5 July.
||Flash floods and landslides killed 24 people in Indonesia's Central Java province, officials said on Sunday (19 June 2016), forcing residents to evacuate to safer areas as torrential rains damaged thousands of homes.
||Heavy monsoon rains since the beginning of June have caused flooding in five states and regions of Myanmar. According to the initial reports from the Government Relief and Resettlement Department, at least 26,000 people are affected in Ayeyarwady, Bago and Sagaing regions as well as Chin and Rakhine states. A total of 14 deaths have been reported from the Union-level Relief and Resettlement Department, media sources and the Rakhine State Government.
||On 2 June, a 6.5 magnitude earthquake struck 79 km off the southwestern coast of West Sumatra province at a depth of 72 km. Authorities reported that the quake damaged a hospital and 912 houses in West Sumatra and Bengkulu provinces. At least 30 people were injured including some during evacuation.
||Tropical Cyclone ROANU continued moving north-east over the western Bay of Bengal, near the eastern coasts of India, retaining its intensity. On 20 May at 0.00 UTC its centre was located approx. 80 km south-east of Srikakulam district (Andhra Pradesh state, India) and it had max. sustained wind speed of 83 km/h.
Over the next 48 h, the cyclone is forecast to strengthen as it continues moving north-east. It may reach Chittagong division (Bangladesh) on 21 May with estimated max. sustained winds of 100-130 km/h. Heavy rain, strong winds and storm surge are expected to affect southern Bangladesh and western Myanmar/Burma. A storm surge of 1.5 m is expected on the coastal area of Kutudbia (Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh) on 21 May morning (UTC).
||Fifteen students holidaying at a popular tourist spot in western Indonesia have been killed in a landslide.
Heavy rain and flash flooding triggered a major landslide Sunday at a famous "two-coloured" waterfall at Sibolangit in the north of Sumatra island.
||Since 19 April, strong winds, hail
and heavy rains have affected over
40 townships across Mandalay
and Sagaing regions and Shan, Kachin
and Chin states. Over 1,100 houses
were destroyed and 11,600 houses
damaged. As of 25 April, authorities
confirmed 14 deaths and 18 people
injured due to the severe weather
conditions - these figures are expected
to change as more information becomes
available. In Kachin, strong winds
destroyed internally displaced persons
(IDP) shelter and camp structures.
||On 5 April 2016, the National IHR Focal Point of Viet Nam notified WHO of 2 confirmed cases of locally-acquired Zika virus infection.These are the first autochthonous cases of Zika virus infection detected in Viet Nam in 2016. The risk of a global spread of Zika virus to areas where the competent vectors, the Aedes mosquitoes, are present is significant given the wide geographical distribution of these mosquitoes in various regions of the world.
||A 6.9-magnitude quake hit northern Myanmar on 13 April.
||The wildfire that started on 26 March 2016 has already ruined more than 400 hectares of habitat in the Mt. Apo Natural Park (MANP) mostly on its grasslands.
||Over 1.2 million people are in need of food assistance in Indonesia as a drought-related food crisis has been affecting most of the country since August 2015. El Niño meant that the rainy season did not start in December as expected: after a short period of average rain in the first days of January, rainfall returned to well below-average in February.
||Severe drought has impacted all provinces in the Mekong Delta, Southern Central and Central highland regions since the end of 2015. 39 out of Viet Nam's 63 provinces have requested support from central government to cope with the most severe El Nino / drought in 90 years. Currently 10 provinces have declared drought emergencies.
||Indonesia's western province of Riau has declared a state of emergency over forest and land fires blazing on the island of Sumatra.
||After an alarming drop in the water inflow at Zamboanga City's main reservoir, the city has tightened its water rationing, which is now also affecting about 16,100 internally displaced people (IDPs) distributed over 12 transition sites.
||Between 19 and 23 Jan, local authorities reported floods in Sumatra (Jambi and South Sumatra provinces), Java (Central Java and East Java provinces), and Sulawesi (South Sulawesi and North Sulawesi provinces). Following torrential rains, landslides killed three people in Kerinci District, Jambi Province on 20 Jan and one person in Manado Regency, North Sulawesi Province on 21 Jan. This flooding inundated at least 4,900 houses. Local authorities have provided emergency assistance.
||A tropical depression, locally named "Onyok", is heading for the southern island of Mindanao in the southern Philippines, as people in northern farming regions battle floods from deadly Typhoon Melor.
||A strong tropical storm barreled toward the Philippines on 13 December 2015, threatening the disaster-prone nation's east coast with giant waves, flooding and landslides, civil defence officials warned. Forecasters said Tropical Storm Melor could strengthen into a full-fledged typhoon by 14 December 2015 when it is expected to strike the central island of Samar.
||TC MUJIGAE, known in the Philippines as KABAYAN, formed over the Philippine Sea late on 30 September and started moving towards central Luzon, strengthening into a Tropical Storm. Heavy rains and strong winds affected several areas of Luzon on 1-2 October. Media reported floods, landslides and power cuts in the provinces of Aurora, Nueva Ecija and Pangasinan. One person died (27 missing) in the Philippines.
||Forest and land fires which occurred in some of the islands of Borneo (Kalimantan) and Sumatra resulted in a very dense haze, with conditions on the round getting more and more serious. The Centre for Health Crisis of Ministry of Health (CHC/MOH) reported that the forest fire which caused this haze started on 1 March 2015 in Riau Province. By now the affected area spread into six other provinces, four in kalimantan (West, East, South and Central Kalimantan) and three in Sumatra Island (Jambi, Riau and South Sumatera). In the last few weeks, the haze has also affected neighbouring countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines. The intensification of this disaster is the consequence of El Nino in the region, with severe droughts and significant delay of the rainy season, therefore preventing the effect of the rain on forest fires.
BMKG (National Meteorological, Climatology and Geophysics Agency) recorded the number of hotspots as 1,200 points spread in Sumatra and Borneo (where Kalimantan region is located). On the island of Sumatra, there are 771 hotspots spread across several provinces, including Bengkulu (33 points), Jambi (99 points), Bangka Belitung (41 points), Lampung (42 points), Riau (28 points), West Sumatra (8 points), and South Sumatra with 530 points. On the island of Borneo, 429 hot spots are spread across four provinces, namely West Kalimantan (154 points), South Kalimantan (65 points), Central Kalimantan (74 points), and 136 points in East Kalimantan.