The first typhoon of the year is leaving a new wave of destruction in the Philippines.
Many areas are still recovering from the historic Typhoon Haiyan that hit the nation in November. For some, the latest system has set back the recovery.
Temporary houses have been destroyed, tents where families have been living were blown over, and at least 40 people were killed.
The Island of Mindanao is expecting the slow-moving storm to linger until Wednesday, causing concern over the threat of flooding.