, known in the Philippines as Typhoon Tisoy
, is currently a powerful tropical cyclone which made landfall in the Bicol Region of the Philippines. The twenty-eighth named storm and 16th typhoon of the 2019 Pacific typhoon season, Kammuri developed from a tropical wave situated a couple hundred miles of the Mariana Islands. From November 25 up until November 27, the system tracked westward at a steady pace and rate of intensification, first making minimal landfall in Guam. On November 28, the system intensified into a typhoon as environmental conditions became marginally conducive for significant development. From November 29 up until late December 1, Kammuri was unable to strengthen to previous estimates due to its very little movement as a result of weak steering currents, and it began upwelling as a result of this. On December 2, the system tracked westward at a much faster speed of 12 mph and rapidly intensified before making landfall on the Philippines at peak intensity as a category 4-equivalent typhoon.