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Tropical Storm Dolphin could be here on Thursday

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According to the National Weather Service 2:00pm advisory Tropical Storm Dolphin is turning north-northwest. Additionally the tropical storm warning has been cancelled for Mokil and damaging winds have ended. A tropical storm warning however is in effect for Pohnpei and Pakin. Residents in Chuuk state and the Marianas should carefully monitor the storm's progress. Currently maximum sustained winds are 45 miles per hour. Tropical storm Dolphin is moving at 9 miles per hour. It is currently 1030 miles east-southeast of Guam. According to the NWS the storm will continue on a west-northwest track that takes it well north of Chuuk Wednesday and Wednesday night and in the general direction of Guam on Thursday and Friday.

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