|Tropical storm (SSHS)|
Tropical Storm/Typhoon warnings for July 25 in the Philippines
|Accumulated Cyclone Energy||9.72|
|Highest winds|| 60 mph (1 minutes sustained)
45 mph (10 minute sustained)
|Damages||$2.93 billion (2016 Wikipedia:United States Dollar|USD]])|
| Part of the|
2082 Pacific Typhoon Season
The day after formation, Enteng became a tropical storm, and shortly afterward made landfall in the Philippines. Heavy rainfall, up to 8 inches per hour, caused flash flooding nationally across the mid-Philippine region. Moving at only 3 mph, it became almost stationary over the north-central Philippines. In Manila, over 4 feet of rain was dumped, and 50 mph winds caused a mixture of extremely deadly debris filled flash floods. On July 28, Enteng weakened, sped up to around 20 mph, then looped around Luzon. On July 29, Enteng finally dissipated.
On September 1, 2082, PAGASA decided to retire the name "Enteng" due to death toll and damage cost. It will be replaced with "Enta" for the 2088 season.