The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration is monitoring a potential cyclone that may form in the Philippine Area of Responsibility as early as this weekend.
According to the report another Typhoon might enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility on December 24 to 25.
PAGASA explained that their models show an LPA may form about December 23, and could become a cyclone by Dec. 24 or 25.
But PAGASA forecaster Glaiza Escollar said the country can expect relatively good weather for at least the next three days according to GMA News.
According to the latest news, a new potential storm is forming East of the Pacific Ocean. Report says this weather disturbance called WP93 is heading towards the same path Typhoon Pablo took.
After Typhoon Pablo PAGASA will name the next Typhoon that will enter PAR as "Quinta".