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Winds and rain anticipated for Guam

Posted: Jul 06, 2018 3:51 PM Updated:

Keep your umbrellas open, because rain is still pouring. Tropical Storm Maria, now Supertyphoon Maria is expected to become a category 5 typhoon heading towards Japan.

Though we've dodged that storm, Chip Guard from the National Weather Service says we can still expect isolated showers, possible thunderstorms, and heavy swells. NWS has issued a small craft and high surf advisory, waves are expected to reach 10'.

Residents are encouraged to stay clear of rough sea.

In light of this stormy weather, UOG Sea Grant will be handing out free homeowner's handbooks on natural disaster preparedness, Saturday from 10am to 2pm at Home Depot in Tamuning.

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