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  • 77°
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  • Wind: North 25 mph
  • Humidity: 54%
  • Visibility: N/A
  • Dew Point: 59°
  • Pressure: 30.01 in. -

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Area forecast discussion 
National Weather Service tiyan GU 
526 am chst Sat Feb 13 2016 

a shear line to the south of Guam continues to produce fresh to 
strong winds across the marianas. Mostly cloudy skies and a few 
rainshowers remain over the region. Buoy data shows seas remaining 
around 10 to 11 feet. 


scattered light showers associated with the shear line to the south 
of Guam have pushed westward out of the marianas. Models continue to 
indicate the trade winds will gradually diminish over the next 
couple days...while mostly cloudy skies today will become partly 
cloudy by Sunday. Much drier conditions are expected by midweek... 
with shower coverage decreasing to slight chance for Monday through 


a high surf advisory and Small Craft Advisory remain in effect over 
Guam and the cnmi waters. Fresh to strong winds associated with a 
shear line to the south of Guam will continue across the marianas 
coastal waters through Saturday night. Combined seas of 10 to 12 feet 
will continue through Sunday night...then begin to subside early 
Monday. Seas are expected to fall to between 6 and 8 feet by Tuesday. 


Fire weather... 
the Fire Weather Watch remains in effect. Light showers have moved 
across Guam Friday...but did little to alleviate the dry conditions. 
Rainfall amounts were generally around one tenth of an inch or less. 
Winds also remain gusty and drier weather is expected in the coming 


Eastern micronesia... 
a couple of trade-wind disturbances are seen across the area. One is 
near Pohnpei while the other is east-southeast of Majuro near the 
date line. Thick cirrus is seen elsewhere from Chuuk to Kosrae. 
Reduced short-term precipitation at Majuro based on slower westward 
progress of the disturbance by the date line. Models show both 
systems sliding westward with little northward spreading. Under this 
scenario...Kosrae will see more moisture later in the weekend and 
early next week while Chuuk...Pohnpei and Majuro see increased 
cloudiness and some additional rain. Unfortunately...the bulk of 
rain is expected to stay nearer Kosrae and southward. 

High surf advisories remain in effect for Chuuk...Pohnpei and 
Kosrae...and will likely be needed for Majuro over the weekend. Sea 
and wind conditions are hazardous for small craft at Chuuk and 
Pohnpei and will become hazardous at Kosrae and Majuro later 
tonight. Large northeast waves generated by strong trade winds along 
with a large north swell arriving across much of micronesia will 
cause hazardous seas and surf during the next few days. 


Western micronesia... 
Chuuk discussion included with eastern micronesia because of similar 

The shear line that passes south of Guam becomes more diffuse as it 
nears Yap. Satellite imagery shows a broad area of low and middle-level 
cloudiness but not much precipitation. As high pressure well north 
of the marianas shifts farther east...the shear line will dissipate 
further and winds will gradually decrease. Drier weather is expected 
by early next week. 

High surf and small craft advisories remain in effect for Koror and 
Yap. Large northeast waves generated by strong trade winds along 
with a large north swell moving across western micronesia will cause 
hazardous surf and sea conditions through this weekend. 


Gum watches/warnings/advisories... 
GU...Fire Weather Watch through this afternoon for guz001. 

High surf advisory until 6 PM chst Monday for guz001>004. 

Marianas waters...Small Craft Advisory until 6 PM chst Monday for pmz151>154. 



Kleeschulte/W. Aydlett 

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