Guam – The track of the tropical disturbance is still uncertain but residents are encouraged to make preparations just in case.
Plan ahead, that is the recommendation of the Guam Homeland Security Office of Civil defense to all island residents as the National Weather Service continues to monitor a disturbance brewing in the Marianas.
According to the release, the tropical disturbance is currently 1210 miles southeast of Guam moving west at about 10 mph.
“The circulation is expected to slowly become better organized over the next few days. On its current track, the circulation is expected to continue moving westward through Thursday, passing south of Chuuk Wednesday or Thursday. It is then expected to turn west-northwest and pass southwest of Guam around Sunday,” NWS
At this time there is considerable uncertainty regarding the strength of the system as it passes the Marianas this weekend because of this NWS says to take basic precautionary measures throughout the week while the weather is clear.
We will keep you updated on the this developing tropical disturbance.