Typhoon will blast westward over far southern Luzon and northern Mindoro and will threaten lives and property on Christmas Day. Based on data, the typhoon will simply not just jump over Marinduque Island and leave it untouched.
|'Extreme' risk for Marinduque in this AccuWeather map.|
Widespread flooding will result as Nock-ten unleashes 100-200 mm (4-8 inches) of rain along its path. Most of that rain will pour down in six to 12 hours, quickly inundating communities and rising streams and rivers out of their banks. Mudslides could also be triggered.