MANILA, Philippines – Super Typhoon Maysak (Chedeng) is expected to make landfall on April 5, Sunday in Aurora Province.
NASA reported that Super Typhoon Maysak has reached a hurricane status at category 5. The typhoon will bring in thunderstorms and heavy rainfall.
Massive floods is expected in affected areas, if the typhoon remains at its course. People in the projected path of the storm must be ready with their flood first aid kits and should be ready to evacuate anytime. Kindly view the picture below to learn Typhoon Maysak’s course.
According to PAGASA, as of 4 am, today, the eye of Typhoon Maysak or Chedeng has been observed east of Surigao City.
Hopefully, Typhoon Chedeng will change its course and spare the Philippines and not enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility.
The Philippines cannot afford another devastating typhoon after Yolanda. The wounds of Yolanda haven’t healed yet due to too much politicking and the government’s lack of coordination and planning.