Typhoon Mirinae, the fourth typhoon in a month, whipped through the northeastern province of Manila on Saturday. Winds reached a high of 93 miles per hour and the storm has left at least seven people dead. The typhoon comes on the heels of large storms in September and October that killed more than 900 people, and nearly 95,000 people are in temporary housing in the storms' aftermath. The weather disaster has left the country with floods, canceled flights, and electricity outages. Mirinae has now been downgraded to a tropical storm and appears to be heading toward Vietnam.