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Chinese authorities have issued a level III alert — the third-highest — for the storm, while more than 100 trains travelling through the region have been cancelled, according to China Railway.
The state weather service warned on Monday that it could bring strong winds and heavy rains in the central Philippines and parts of the southern tip of the Bicol peninsula in the next 24 hours.
The typhoon had sustained winds of 83 kilometres per hour (51 miles per hour) and gusts up to 101 kilometres per hour (63 miles per hour). Winds were expected to gradually weaken in the afternoon, the observatory said.
On Friday, Philippine authorities issued storm warnings for Cagayan and Ilocos Norte provinces on its northern island of Luzon and for sparsely inhabited islands of Luzon's northern coast. There were no immediate reports of flooding or damage.