Quinta has made landfall over Vietnam
Update: 28th of October, 8:30 a.m. UTC
Typhoon Quinta (Molave) located near 15.4N 108.5E and moving west-northwestward near 26 km/h (14 KT). The system has made landfall and has begun to deteriorate.
Maximum sustained winds are near 130 km/h (70 KT).
Moving across Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand will lead to Quinta's dissipation.
Update: 27th of October, 11:00 p.m. UTC
Quinta (Molave) is located at 14.2N 111.3E with maximum winds of 185 km/h (100 KT) and higher gusts.
Typhoon is currently nearing landfall in the central region of Vietnam as equivalent to a Category 3 hurricane with a threat of causing heavy rainfall and dangerous landslides with flooding.
Update: 27th of October, 8:00 a.m. UTC
Typhoon Quinta (Molave) with 203 km/h (110 KT) and gusts up to 250 km/h (135 KT) is moving closer to the Vietnam, which is already preparing for the landfall.
Landfall is expected on Wednesday with maximum winds of 135 km/h (72 KT), typhoon will likely impact large areas and causing intense flooding.
Update: 26th of October, 10:00 a.m. UTC
Located near 13.3N 120.1 E, typhoon Quinta is moving westward near 31 km/h (17 KT) to make its third landfall over Vietnam on Wednesday.
Maximum sustained winds are near 140 km/h (75.5 KT). The system is likely beginning to resume strengthening now that it is moving over water again and reach its peak intensity on early Tuesday morning as the cyclone reaches a midpoint between the Philippines and Vietnam.
Molave is expected to produce heavy rainfall contributing to deadly flooding across the central portion of the country.
Update: 26th of October, 01:00 a.m. UTC
Quinta made its third landfall as typhoon over Quezon on Sunday evening. The first landfall was over San Miguel Island in Tabaco City, Albay and second over Malinao, Albay.
Maximum winds have increased to 166 km/h (90 KT). The storm should further intensify as it travels in the West Philippine Sea.
Heavy to moderate rainfall is expected over Bicol region, Calabarzon, Aurora, Occidental Mindoro, Oriental Mindoro, Romblon, Marinduque, northern Palawan including Calamian and Cuyo Islands, Northern Samar, Samar, Biliran, Aklan, Capiz, and Antique.
Update: 25th of October, 10:00 a.m. UTC
Quinta (Molave) has strengthen into a typhoon and currently making landfall in the Bicol Region with maximum winds of 138 km/h (75 KT).
The storm will bring stormy weather in areas Bicol region, Calabarzon, Marinduque, Romblon, Mindoro provinces and Northern Samar. Landslides due to heavy rain are also possible.
Update: 24th of October, 01:00 a.m. UTC
Tropical depression with international name Molave (locally Quinta) has strengthen into a tropical storm and is now moving west at 20 km/h.
Storm is set to make landfall over the Bicol Region between Sunday evening and Monday morning and bring from moderate to heavy rainfall.
Quinta is currently located at 13.5N 127.8E with maximum winds of 83 km/h (45 KT).
Once the storm hits the land, it will later cross Southern Luzon on Monday afternoon or evening and further intensify over the West Philippine Sea.