Typhoon/Hurricane Janice was a typhoon that wrecked the Phillippines, including the surrounding cities of Albay and it's surrounding cities. It formed on August 3, 2065, and dissipated over South Korea on August 20, 2065, surpassing Oliwa in 1997 as the longest-lasting Eastern Pacific hurricane/typhoon to make landfall in the Pacific, after Halola in 2015. The climax of the typhoon was in Albay.
Right when it achieved its peak, a Category 5 super typhoon, Mayon Volcano erupted not an hour after. In total, Janice along with Mayon Volcano, caused 490,000 deaths, surpassing the Haiphong typhoon and Typhoon Nina in 1975 as the deadliest typhoon in the entire world.