As of 1 pm on Tuesday, the storm was around 700 kilometres east-southeast of the Philippines’ Luzon Island with a wind speed of 75-90 kilometres per hour.

In the next 24 hours, the storm would move the west-northwest and would intensify. By 1 pm today, November 11, it would lay centred in the area roughly 270 kilometres from the east of Luzon Island with the wind power of 135-150 kilometres per hour.

By 1 pm on Thursday, the storm would be 760 kilometres from the east-southeast of Paracel Archipelago with the wind strength of 100-135 kilometres per hour.

It has been forecasted to head to the west-northwest from 72 to 96 hours to come.

This article was originally published in Dtinews