Updated: 9:15 am SST on December 07, 2005
Occasional showers with isolated thunderstorms. Highs in the mid 80s. Variable winds 10 mph...with higher gusts in showers.
Scattered showers with isolated thunderstorms. Lows near 80. High near 90. Variable winds 10 mph.
Occasional showers. Highs in the upper 80s. Lows near 80. Variable winds 10 mph.
A few showers. Highs near 90. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph.
522 am SST Fri Nov 27 2015
... Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through Saturday afternoon...
The National Weather Service in Pago Pago has issued a
* Flash Flood Watch continues for all islands of American Samoa
* through Saturday afternoon
* tropical depression 03f continues to intensify as it moves east-
southeast through Saturday. Frequent showers... heavy at
times... are expected to remain across the territory... enhancing
the potential for flash flooding.
A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation.
You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should flash flood warnings be issued.
O Loo faaauau pea le nofo vaavaaia MO lologa MA tafega
ofisa o le tau Pago Pago as
530 taeao aso faraile novema 27 2015
O Loo faaauau pea le nofo vaavaaia MO lologa MA tafega
* o Loo faaauau pea le nofo vaavaaia MO lologa MA tafega MO
Tutuila Aunuu Manua swains
* se'ia oo atu I le aoauli o le aso toona'i...
* mafuaaga MO lenei nofo vaavaaia... o taaviliga o savili malolosi
03f o Loo faatupula'ia pea MA o Loo aga'i E lata mai I le
atusamoa. O le a tetele timuga... MA E mamafa I ni isi o taimi
se'ia oo I le aoauli o le aso toona'i. O nei timuga mamafa o le
a mafai Ona tutupu Ai lologa MA tafega I le atunu'u.
O le uiga o le nofo vaavaaia MO lologa MA tafega pe a fai o le a
oo mai tulaga louloua o le tau E mafai Ai Ona faatupulaia Ai ni
sologa mai mauga po o Eleele... pe mafua Ai fo'i lologa MA tafega.
E tatau Ona tapena, MA faalogologo I le letio MO tala o le tau ae
maise Ai pe a iai se faailo MO lapataiga MO lologa MA tafega.
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Location: Malaeimi, Mesepa
Updated: 9:30 AM SST
|Temperature: 76.8 °F||Dew Point: 76 °F||Humidity: 96%||Wind: NW at 1.0 mph||Pressure: 29.66 in||Hourly Precipitation: 0.00 in||Heat Index: 77 °F||Graphs|
Area forecast discussion National Weather Service tiyan GU 631 am chst Sat Nov 28 2015 Synopsis... trade-wind pattern remains in place. A number of trade-wind disturbances are evident between the marianas and the date line. The closest one is east of the forecast zones in the vicinity of 150e. Upper-level environment is unfriendly to deep convection. Water vapor loop reveals an inflow anticyclone centered just to the northeast of Saipan near 17n151e. && Discussion... forecast closely follows continuity with a couple of minor tweaks. Elected to leave partly cloudy skies in place for tonight...despite the presence of the trade-wind disturbance just to the east. AWIPS distance speed tool shows this system is diving toward the southwest. This track would carry the bulk of the associated convection to the south of the forecast zones. If the track shifts to the north...cloudiness and shower coverage will have to be increased later today or tonight. Have extended mostly cloudy wording from Wednesday to Wednesday night as both European model (ecmwf) and GFS guidance keep unsettled weather associated with a tropical disturbance in the vicinity. GFS and European model (ecmwf) hint that another tropical disturbance could be in the offing at the start of the second week of December. && Marine... have reduced winds around 5 knots or so for today and tonight based on the latest windsat...rapidscat and ascat imagery. Slightly lighter winds seem to be resulting from low pressure in the vicinity of Japan weakening the subtropical ridge. If the ridge restrengthens...Small Craft Advisory conditions may result tonight or Sunday. Buoy readings carry a pronounced secondary swell from about 020 degrees with a longer period around 15 seconds. Wave watch tabular guidance carries this swell through middle week. Have adjusted the swell grids accordingly. && Eastern micronesia... convection associated with the near-equatorial trough will stay well to the south of all forecast locations for the next few days. Satellite imagery shows a pronounced band of showers and thunderstorms focusing along a convergence zone north of Kosrae and Pohnpei. Model guidance suggests this feature will become less defined over the weekend which will limit the potential for scattered shower coverage for both locations tonight. Otherwise... a dry trade-wind pattern will persist across the region with models showing the next disturbance moving towards the Marshall Islands by the middle of next week. && Western micronesia... the band of showers currently north of Pohnpei is expected to progress westward over the weekend. Models continue to show a downward trend in convection associated with this feature both spatially and temporally so scattered showers are less likely on Chuuk tonight. Conditions remain quiet across Yap state and Palau as a dry trade- wind pattern persists across the region. Unsettled weather is expected to return to Koror tonight and Sunday as low- level convergence and showers increase north of the near- equatorial trough over Palau. This convection could migrate northward toward Yap Sunday and Sunday night but the signal within the nwp models remains weak. && Gum watches/warnings/advisories... GU...none. Marianas waters...none. && $$ McElroy/Williams