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Vongfong moving away from Marianas

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - According to the National Weather Service 8:00AM bulletin Typhoon #Vongfong is continuing to move away from the Marianas. It is located about 95 miles N-NW of Guam and moving  W-NW at 21mph.  In the meantime a flash flood watch remains in effect for Guam.

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