Residents in parts of Southern Luzon and the island of Mindoro woke up early morning Monday, October 26, to strong rain, uprooted trees, and crashing waves brought by Typhoon Quinta.
The typhoon made landfall 5 times in different areas in Albay, Quezon, Marinduque, and Oriental Mindoro from Sunday, October 25, to Monday. Several residents took to social media to post videos of the devastation that came in the wake of Typhoon Quinta.
Among those that felt the wrath of the typhoon were areas near Sky Ranch Tagaytay, which experienced howling winds on Monday morning.
The city of Calamba, Laguna also experienced strong winds, along with a heavy downpour early morning.
As the typhoon brought torrential rain to Batangas, water levels in Calumpang River rose early Monday morning. Large waves were also seen crashing onto the shore of Pagkilatan, Batangas.
The barrio of Banaba Center, Batangas also experienced the wrath of Typhoon Quinta, with strong winds and rain thrashing the area.
Typhoon Quinta's winds were so strong in Lobo, Batangas that coconut trees could be seen swaying almost at a 90-degree angle.
Oriental Mindoro was among the areas that bore the brunt of Typhoon Quinta. The typhoon especially brought heavy rain and strong winds to Gloria, Oriental Mindoro early Monday morning. The province is still under Signal No. 1, according to state weather bureau PAGASA's 5 pm bulletin.
The typhoon started to re-intensify over the West Philippine Sea on Monday afternoon and is still causing rain while beginning to move away.