The National Meteorological Administration of the Philippines issued a forecast at 8 a.m. on December 16 that Typhoon Rey No. 22 this year is expected to be in the Dinagat Islands, Sia-Greater Bukas or the northern tip of Southern Surigao Province in the Philippines at noon or afternoon on the 16th. iargao-Bucas Grande Islands, or the northern portion of Surigao del Sur) landed in the area. Rey is currently increasing, and its intensity may peak at 175-195 kilometers per hour before landing.
“Rey” will bring bad weather to the southern and central Philippines, causing heavy rainfall and strong winds, and may lead to secondary disasters such as floods and mudslides. There may be storm surges of about 3 meters in the coastal area, and the height of the waves can reach 10 meters. All types of ships will not reach the sea. Many provinces and cities in the Philippines have raised the No. 3 news.
The Philippine National Disaster Reduction Commission announced at 8 a.m. on the 16th that in order to reduce the impact of Ray, the local government has evacuated more than 45000 people ahead of schedule.
According to the National Weather Service of the Philippines, as of 7 a.m. on the 16th, the center of Typhoon Rey was on the ocean 265 kilometers east of Sureo City. The maximum wind near its center was 165 kilometers per hour, and the instantaneous wind was 205 kilometers per hour, and it was heading northwest at a speed of 25 kilometers per hour. Travel westward.