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Current Conditions

  • 85°
  • Partly Cloudy
  • Wind: East 8 mph
  • Humidity: 73%
  • Visibility: 10.0 miles
  • Dew Point: 75°
  • Pressure: 29.83 in. -
  • Heat Index: 94

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Area forecast discussion 
National Weather Service tiyan GU 
804 am chst Tuesday Sep 1 2015 

pgua Doppler weather radar shows isolated showers...a few of which 
are near the Point of becoming thunderstorms...moving through the 
marianas waters. The VAD wind profile reveals southeast winds of 5 
to 9 knots through the lowest 2 thousand feet of the air. 


winds are almost low enough to allow for island convection...only 
reaching 15 knots at 300 mb on the sounding last night. However... 
the direction of southeast is not very favorable. Nevertheless... 
left isolated thunderstorms in due to the proximity of the monsoon 
trough and rather ample low-level moisture. Showers on radar are 
indicating near thunderstorm activity which supports this. 
Marianas will dry out a bit starting Thursday. Otherwise the rest 
of this week looks like more light winds and just moderate seas. 


Tropical systems... 
hurricane kilo is just east of the date line. It is expected to 
cross the date which case it would be christened typhoon 
kilo. It is then expected to track nearly westward at around 23n. 
Kilo is currently a major hurricane and is expected to remain a 
major typhoon through the next several days as it passes through 
the western Pacific. It is expected to remain north of all the 
major islands of micronesia...however it may pose some threat to 
southern islands of Japan. 


Eastern micronesia... 
the monsoon trough remains the focus over micronesia. Scattered 
showers to the east of Majuro are expected to move back over the 
atoll around noon today...then slowly diminish through the 
afternoon. Conditions will continue to improve there through the 
remainder of the week...with much drier conditions likely for the 
weekend. Scattered to numerous showers and isolated thunderstorms 
continue across portions of Pohnpei and Kosrae states. Kosrae will 
see a bit of a break early this morning with convection reforming 
just east of the island for later this morning and this afternoon. 
Conditions are expected to begin to improve over Kosrae later 
today...but will linger through tonight over Pohnpei. Both locations 
will see gradual improvement through the remainder of the 
week...with much drier weather over the weekend...though skies will 
likely remain mostly cloudy as weak low-level convergence remains 
over the region. 


Western micronesia... 
low-level convergence south of the monsoon trough is generating 
scattered showers across Palau this morning. Most of these showers 
are now west of Yap and not expected to redevelop over the island. 
Koror will continue to see scattered showers through the day and 
possibly tonight as well. Unsettled conditions will remain over both 
Yap and Koror through tonight and then begin to improve for the last 
half of the week and into the weekend. For Chuuk...fair conditions 
will prevail there through tonight until unsettled weather moves 
closer to the area from Pohnpei. Continued forecast for isolated 
showers and a slight chance of thunder for now...but periods of 
scattered showers are possible late in the week and weekend. 


Gum watches/warnings/advisories... 
Marianas waters...none. 



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