Residents checked into the shelters early this morning, as the twelve primary shelters opened their doors at 9am.  Department of Education safety administrator Bruce Williams says at least one of them was filled to capacity, holding close to 150 people.

He says only some families utilized the southern shelters, while a majority of them were at the ones in the north.  "We're seeing the bigger families up north. I think it's because of the inadequate housing," surmised Williams.

While the tropical storm is no longer a threat to Guam, acting DOE superintendent Dr. Arlene Unpingco says classes at the public schools will resume tomorrow.