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Tropical Storm Halong East of Rota

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - According to the National Weather Service 10AM advisory Tropical Storm Halong is now just east of Rota. A Tropical Storm and Typhoon Watch remains in effect for Guam. Its closest point of approach is 12noon. The island is on Condition of Readiness 1. This means you are to stay indoors and off the road. Tropical Storm Halong is 65 miles NE of Guam and 13 miles East of Rota. Maximum sustained winds are 65 miles per hour. It is moving west at 12 miles per hour.
 
There are several reports of impassible roads due to flooding.  Meanwhile, all United Airlines flights scheduled to depart and arrive at the Guam International Airport this afternoon and evening,  have been cancelled due to adverse weather conditions. While subject to change depending on weather conditions, the airlines current plan is that today’s last flight will be UA196 from Guam to Tokyo/Narita which is scheduled to depart at 12:05 p.m. United urges  customers to check the latest status of their flights at united.com or by calling United Reservations at 645-8696.
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