Arthur Yap, governor of Bohol province, said if the government does not send more food and aid, his residents might get desperate and hungry and start looting.
Before it exited into the South China Sea on Friday, Typhoon Rai walloped the group of islands with sustained winds of 121 mph and gusts as high as 168 mph.
"I have never experienced such ferocity of the wind in my life and we were not even directly hit," said Iloilo Mayor Jerry Trenas.
The rapidly strengthening storm has been moving around the West Coast since the weekend, causing widespread strong wind and heavy rainfall.
The impact of the potential typhoon is unknown due to the storm not having formed yet, but meteorological projections estimate the storm to have 65 mph winds.
A thunderstorm advisory has been issued in parts of Luzon, the country's largest and most populous island.
Authorities warned that the storm, also known as Typhoon Phanfone, could knock out power, damage homes and disrupt electrical power.
Several areas of the Philippines are under an extreme flood advisory including the Eastern Visayas, Bicol and Calabarzon regions.
At least 33 people have died in Japan after Typhoon Hagibis —reportedly one of the most powerful storms to hit the area since the 1950s—tore across the country this weekend.
Currently the typhoon has maximum sustained wind speeds of around 120 miles per hour, equivalent to a Category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.
World Rugby has taken the unprecedented decision to cancel two games, with England vs France and New Zealand vs Italy both called off.
The Super Typhoon is heading towards Tokyo and Yokohama and could have a severe impact on two games this weekend.
Chloe Haines, 25, was arrested on June 22 after hurling death threats during a Jet2 flight from London Stansted to Dalaman in Turkey. Fighter jets were scrambled to escort the diverted plane to ground.
The bombers were "a hazard to all other aviation," the Ministry of Defence said.
As many as 100 people may have been buried alive in the northern Philippines.
There are two storms brewing in the Pacific Ocean: One is headed for Hawaii while the other tracks in the direction of South Korea.
Researchers have found that under certain conditions, typhoons in Taiwan triggered earthquakes.
"When Mother Nature gets to spinning, it can be an awesome but scary sight," NASA astronaut Jack Fischer tweeted.