Typhoon Megi has battered the northern Philippines with heavy rain and strong winds.
Many people have had to leave their houses because of the storm, and are living in public shelters.
It's been called a 'super typhoon' by weather experts because it's the strongest storm to hit the Asian country in four years.
The storm has hit Isabella and Cagayan provinces really badly. Trees were torn down and streets flooded.
The islands were battered by winds of up to 140 miles per hour. The storm destroyed many buildings, including this petrol station.
Communications links have been badly affected by the storm. Lots of roads have been blocked off by falling trees.
This man's house was flooded and he had to carry his dog to safety in Cabangan City in the northern Philippines.
It's not just people's homes that have been badly damaged. The rice crop has also been devastated.