According to Accuweather, Typhoon Maysak, is heading to the Philippines. It has now been downgraded from a super typhoon after killing five people.
It was classified as one of the strongest cyclones in history during the months of January, February and March.
“Maysak has reached peak intensity and will slowly weaken over the next few days. Currently, Maysak has sustained winds of 240 kph (150 mph), equivalent of a Category 4 hurricane. Gusts as high as 390 kph (180 mph) are possible with this storm. Fortunately this storm is about 150 miles to the north of Yap and is moving away.” (source: Accuweather)
Apocalyptic “Super Typhoon
Blood Moon” Maysak
“Despite the weakening trend that is expected through the end of the week, Maysak could still be a dangerous typhoon or tropical storm as it begins to affect the eastern Philippines this weekend.”
Please pray for the Philippines and the people in the surrounding islands.