The National Weather Service of the Philippines issued a forecast at 5 pm on the 23rd that at 2 pm that day, the low pressure area in the eastern Philippines upgraded to a tropical depression and was named “Quinta”
according to the country’s own rules. According to path analysis, this tropical depression will intensify to tropical storm level on the 25th and will make landfall near Bicol on the eastern coast of the Philippines on the 26th.
After that, the “Quin Tower” will pass through southern Luzon and enter the South China Sea on the 27th. After entering the South China Sea, its strength will be further enhanced.
As of 4 pm on the 23rd, the center of the “Queen Tower” is
on the ocean 880 kilometers east of Surigao City, Mindanao, Philippines
Its maximum continuous wind is 45 kilometers per
hour and the center instantaneous wind is 55 kilometers per hour. And proceed westward at a slow speed. Currently, the weather system has not yet affected the Philippines.
At present, the tropical depression “Quinta” has not yet received an international name
but according to forecasts, it is likely to develop into this year’s 18th typhoon “Molafi”.