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NWS says Guamanians "did really good job of preparing"

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - Typhoon Vongfong is continuing to move away from the Marianas, it is moving west northwest at 21 miles per hour.  Maximum sustained winds have also decreased to 90 miles per hour.

According to National Weather Service Chip Guard, Guam "dodged another bullet". He added, "We didn't get typhoon conditions here that's obvious but we did get several tropical storm conditions on the north end of the island and the winds were as high as 70 miles per hour so that's pretty dangers winds and  people did a really good job of preparing."

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