Majuro, Marshall Islands Weather Conditions

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Current Conditions

  • 84°
  • Haze
  • Wind: North 6 mph
  • Humidity: 84%
  • Visibility: 5.0 miles
  • Dew Point: 79°
  • Pressure: 29.73 in. -
  • Heat Index: 96

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  • Sunday
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  • High: 82 °
  • Low: 79 °
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NWS Forecaster Discussion

Area forecast discussion...updated 
National Weather Service tiyan GU 
620 PM chst Sat Sep 5 2015 

Updated to add micronesia discussions 

radar shows isolated light showers across the coverage area...and 
satellite shows partly cloudy skies across the local region. Ascat 
analysis indicates a low-level circulation (invest area 92w) well 
northwest of Saipan near 16.5n 141.5e drifting away toward northwest 
with showers and thunderstorms within about 150 miles of its center. 
Buoys range from 3 to 4 feet and ritidian buoy shows a southwest wave 
component starting to arrive. VAD gradient winds are southwest 15 knots. 


the monsoon trough has moved northward to just above Saipan and 
west to southwest surface winds prevail across the forecast area. 
Only isolated showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast at 
this time...but models indicate that an area of scattered showers 
will develop just south of Guam by Monday or Tuesday...mainly 
between 10n and 13n. Some periods of scattered showers could yet 
affect our forecast zones during the coming week. 


continue previous forecast trends. Southwest swell and wind waves 
will develop across the area while significantly larger and longer 
period swell moves our way from east-northeast this coming week. 
This long period swell emanating from typhoon kilo might cause surf 
along east facing reefs to build to high surf advisory levels by 
Tuesday or Wednesday. Its also possible that seas could build to 
Small Craft Advisory levels during the middle of next week. 


Eastern micronesia... 
surface analysis shows weak circulations on the monsoon trough... 
one northwest of Majuro and a second northeast of Majuro near 
the dateline. Showers and thunderstorms are edging westward toward 
Pohnpei as the first circulation moves closer to Pohnpei. The second 
circulation is well northeast of Majuro and stays well north as it 
moves westward. However...there will be enough instability in the 
area to support isolated thunderstorms at Majuro through the weekend. 
Kosrae will remain south of most of the activity associated with the 
monsoon trough and the circulations. 

Wave models continue to indicate increasing north swell over the 
weekend and early next week as TY kilo drifts by north of Wake 
Island. The largest impact will be the far northern atolls of the 
Marshall Islands this weekend and early next week. The northern 
atolls should reduce the size of the swell reaching Majuro. 
Pohnpei and Chuuk will see long period north swell building early 
next week. Models show similar trends for Kosrae...but overall 
swell is expected to be slightly smaller. 


Western micronesia... 
have decreased the shower coverage over Yap tonight as a weak 
circulation pulls the monsoon trough northward. Models indicate 
the monsoon trough will reestablish itself again farther south 
as a disturbance west of the marianas continues northwest. A drier 
pattern has become established at Chuuk but showers will build 
into the area Sunday night as the first circulation mentioned in 
the eastern micronesian discussion shifts to the west-northwest. 

Combined seas are still expected to increase at Chuuk next week... 
see discussion in eastern micronesia for more details on timing. 


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



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