On early Tuesday morning, Typhoon Kammuri made landfall on the east coast of the Philippines with winds between 96 mph and 146 mph. In anticipation of the typhoon arriving, about 400 flights have been canceled, over 200,000 residents had been evacuated a number of schools have been shut down, and so has the government In some five areas of the country considered to be a number three in the tropical cyclone warning signal and the Man area is under the number two tropical storm warning signal. There have been ten confirmed deaths from the typhoon hitting the country. There is also a roof that has collapsed in the Legazpi Airport.
The typhoon is now headed to the East China Sea and people are beginning to prepare for the storm there.