Power units and Naval Forces of the Philippines on Sunday are on high alert with the approach to the archipelago of typhoon "Pablo" (Pablo), according to the National News Agency of the PNA.
A spokesperson for the Navy Colonel Omar Thons (Omar Tonsay), this measure applies to all of the specialized units to respond to natural disasters.
In turn, the administration of Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services (PAGASA) said that the entry of the first of December and the 16th for the entire current year's typhoon in the Philippine area of responsibility expected short night or Monday morning.
According to the national meteorological and geophysical (PAGASA), on Sunday afternoon the typhoon, carrying with it the wind speed 185 kilometers per hour with gusts up to 220 kilometers per hour, was located in the Pacific Ocean, 970 km south-east of the city in the province of South Hinatuan Surigao and moved to the northwest at a speed of 22 kilometers per hour.
Every year during the rainy season from June to December in the Philippine archipelago falls about 20 storms and typhoons. In August this year, the victims of tropical storm Helen (International Classification — Kai-Tak) in the north of the Philippines were seven people in the previous week before the flood in the country's capital Manila killed more than 100 people. However, the sad record for the number of victims keeps typhoon 1991, which killed 6000 people Philippine island of Leyte.