On July 12, a low pressure formed near the Mariana Islands. During the next couple of days, the system slowly drifted westward while gradually organizing. Early on July 14, the low-pressure area organized into a tropical depression to the southwest of the Mariana Islands. Later that day, the tropical depression entered the Philippine area of responsibility, and the PAGASA gave the system the name Falcon. The tropical depression continued organizing while approaching Luzon. On July 16, the tropical depression strengthened into a tropical storm, and the JMA named the system Danas. On July 17 , Danas (Falcon) had made landfall at Gattaran, Cagayan. On July 19, Danas has reached its peak intensity with winds of 85 km/h. Later that day, Danas began to weaken. On July 20, Danas made landfall on North Jeolla Province, South Korea, before weakening into a tropical depression. On July 21, Danas continues to weakened to a low pressure and dissipates after.