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Here are the most dangerous Philippine typhoons ever recorded.

PHILIPPINE TYPHOONS – The list are the names of typhoons and storms that hit Philippines which left huge destructions and the costliest.

Super Typhoon Rolly has an international name of Goni hit the country this November with powerful and destructive winds and heavy rainfall. Signal number 5 was raised in Albay, Camarines Sur, and Catanduanes and during its peak, it caused heavy flooding and left millions of lives in devastation.

Now, with Rolly leaving several parts of the country in distress, we can recall that several tropical storms and cyclones have passed our country considered to be deadly and some are the costliest.

Check out the list below:

Name and DateDamage in Billion Pesos
YOLANDA
(November 6-9, 2013)
95.48
OMPONG
(September 12-16, 2018)
43.19
PABLO
(December 2-9, 2012)
43.16
GLENDA
(July 13-17, 2014)
38.62
PEPENG
(Sept. 30-Oct. 10, 2009)
27.22
LAWIN
(October 17-20, 2016)
16.26
PEDRING
(September 24-28, 2011)
15.55
LANDO
(October 14-21, 2015)
14.39
USMAN
(December 25-29, 2018)
14.21
FRANK
(June 17-23, 2008)
13.34
NINA
(December 23-27, 2016)
12.26
JUAN
(October 16-21, 2010)
12.01
RUPING
(November 10-14, 1990)
10.85
ROSING
(Oct. 30-Nov. 4, 1995)
10.83
ONDOY
(September 24-27, 2009)
10.80
KADIANG
(Sept. 30-Oct. 7, 1997)
8.75
NONA
(December 12-17, 2015)
7.04
LOLENG
(October 15-24, 1998)
6.79
MILENYO
(September 25-29, 2006)
6.61
TISOY
(Nov. 30-Dec. 5, 2019)
5.90

The data is according to Business World Online where the typhoon that has the highest death toll is Yolanda at 6,300. The list covered those typhoons based on modern meteorological records which is why Haiphong that hit the country in year 1881 is not in the list. It has taken 20,000 lives and is the strongest recorded in the country.

Meanwhile, victims of the world’s strongest typhoon yet in 2020 in Philippines appeal for help after it destroyed their homes and crops. They are in need of clothes, roof materials, water, food, school materials, and livelihood assistance to get through the disaster that greatly affected them.

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