Typhoon Noru made landfall in the Philippines on Sunday and is now making its way into Vietnam, prompting people in the north to prepare for landslides on Monday.
Typhoon Karding, as it is called locally, quickly strengthened over the course of Saturday and Sunday.
The typhoon rapidly intensified, increasing in intensity from a Category 1 hurricane to a Category 5 storm in only six hours.
Typhoons and hurricanes are more dangerous and destructive when they have high wind speeds.
As reported by the US Joint Typhoon Warning Center, it made landfall on the main island of Luzon on Sunday before falling to a Category 2 typhoon by Monday.
On September 26th, residents of San Miguel, Bulacan province, Philippines, wade through flooded streets caused by Typhoon Noru..