by Mindy Aguon
Guam - Heavy weather activity that had the National Weather Service concerned earlier in the week may have dissipated, but island residents can still expect some rainy weather over the next few days. NWS meteorologist Landon Aydlett says while there was dry weather for much of the day, the forecast calls for scattered showers beginning tonight and continuing for the next two to four days as the monsoon flow passes over the Marianas.
"The models do keep this southwest monsoon flow over the Marianas for the next few days - that will mean scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms and gusty southwest winds," he explained.
Aydlett says residents should still be prepared and secure loose objects outside as strong southwest winds could still do some damage like knock trees over power lines.