From the Philippine Star
MANILA, Philippines — Typhoon Karen left the Philippine area of responsibility early on Monday as another typhoon, to be named "Lawin" is moving toward the country's vicinity.
In a 5 a.m. advisory, weather agency PAGASA said Karen was located 565 kilometers west Dagupan City, Pangasinan around 4 a.m., moving west northwest toward the area of Vietnam.
The weather bureau lifted all cyclone warning signals related to Karen as of Monday morning.
New typhoon to enter PAR Monday
Typoon Haima, to be renamed Lawin once inside the Philippines' area, was spotted over the Pacific east of the island of Luzon as of Monday morning.
It packs maximum sustained winds of 95 knots or 175 kilometers per hour (kph) near the center with gusts of up to 115 knots or 212 kph, according to the United States Navy's Joint Typhon Warning Center (JTWC).
Haima was tracking north westward at a pace of 27 kph early on Monday toward waters off Northern Luzon.