For your consideration, here is the link for a google gadget that you can place on your blog or website to display storms that effect the Philippine Area of Responsibility.
The gadget provides a quick illustration with time-lines and storm track projections as they occur.
Consider adding it to help spread the word for visitors to your site/blog.
You can see an example at the following weather page.
Always check against official weather sites for the latest developments.
Many within the Allvoices community, like Gino C. Matibag, are doing their part to help spread the word on this typhoon accurately!
Check his contributions as well.
Here are some of my prior reports related to typhoon MEGI/JUAN that include various links to follow & tips.
10/13/2010: 1st Signs of storm brewing:
10/14/2010: Survivor Philippines ;)
10/16/2010: Includes U.S. Embassy Tips & Michael Padua's site:
10/16/2010: President Noynoy's statement and link to sign on to PROPINOY PROJECT.
Super Typhoon MEGI [JUAN] now at Category 5...[Update #013]
MEGI (JUAN) is now an extremely catastrophic Super Typhoon as its wind speed increases to 270 km/hr...Northern Luzon in full danger as the howler continues tracking westward. (#013A)
Super Typhoon MEGI [JUAN] moving dangerously closer to Northern Luzon...[Update #014]
Super Typhoon MEGI [JUAN] tracking WSW...threatens the whole of Luzon...[Update #015]
Super Typhoon MEGI [JUAN] Intermediate Update #015A
Super Typhoon MEGI (JUAN) has weakened a little bit...but remains a very dangerous Category 5 system...resumes its Westerly track. Eyewall now moving onshore along the coasts of Cagayan and Isabela. [015A]
Super Typhoon MEGI (JUAN) has slowed down slightly while maintaining its 285-km/hr winds (Category 5)...moving closer to Isabela and Cagayan. 
The Eye of Super Typhoon MEGI (JUAN) has made landfall over Divilican Bay in Northern Isabela between 11:30 AM to 12:00 PM Manila Time (03:30-04:00 GMT)...and is now passing very close to Ilagan City. Western Eyewall blasting Northern Isabela and Southern Cagayan.
Residents and visitors along Northern and Central Luzon particularly Cagayan, Isabela, Kalinga, Mountain Province, Ifugao and Ilocos Sur should closely monitor the progress of MEGI (JUAN).[017}