by Krystal Paco
Guam - Break out your umbrellas. With another tropical disturbance in the area, the National Weather Service reports more heavy rains headed our way.
NWS warning coordination meteorologist Chip Guard says the disturbance is roughly 335 miles east northeast of the Marianas with winds of about 30 miles per hour.
"Do expect it to come through tomorrow and probably quite a bit of rain especially tomorrow night. As it passes through and we start to pick up southerly winds. And of course at night there's a tendency for the winds to intensify and the rain to intensify," he said.
Meanwhile, Guam Homeland Security advises residents to drive slower than the posted speed limit, to secure any loose items around your home, and avoid any outdoor water activities.