Typhoons in the Philippines
The Philippines is considered a favorite path of most typhoons or tropical cyclone in the Pacific region of the globe, but up until now there is no definite answer why weather forecasters in the Philippines hold this statement. For some says because the Philippines is surrounded with the waters of the Pacific sea being a group of islands or an archipelago, thus it could be a reason why most typhoons pass through it.
Mostly, a tropical cyclone is develops when a heat pressures a still waters which creates a circling winds and water with volts of thunder and lightings. The heat stirs up the atomic molecules on the water which perhaps creates lightings and thunders, and force or pressure of the heat imparted on the waters produces a cyclone effect. Where the heat does came from? Probably either from the heat emitted from the rays of the sun or from earth’s inner heat. And these heat sources when it levels up, it put pressures on the status or condition of the atomic molecules of the water or it agitates the atomic molecules of the water.
Therefore, if tropical cyclone develops on large bodies of water like seas and oceans, this could be the reason why the Philippines are a favorite gateway of most Pacific typhoons. But however, this is only my own hypothesis, yet the closest reason why local weather forecaster considers the Philippines as “daanan ng bagyo” or typhoon pathway.