The answer to the question we've been asked all day--yes, there is school tomorrow. The Guam Department of Education made the announced late this afternoon.

Although some schools experienced minor water or facilities damage, they were resolved and no major issues will prevent schools from resuming on Wednesday.

Also, the Archdiocese of Agana announced that all Catholic schools resume tomorrow. A scheduled for makeup days is posted on our website.

As for any reports of damages from Super Typhoon Hagibis, Department of Public Works Deputy Director Jess Garcia says following today's windshield assessments there was no major damage reported.

The Guam Power Authority reports minimal impact from Hagibis. They did respond to outages this morning in Toto/Kanada area, the Lalo area of Mangilao, Mannengon in Yona, and the Santa Cruz area of Chalan Pago. GPA was also investigating low voltage conditions in Maloloj.


Crews were also clearing overgrown vegetation today in the Mount Santa Rosa area of Yigo, in Umatac, and in Toto.

The Guam power authority reports minimal impact from Hagibis. They did respond to outages this morning in Toto/Kanada area, the Lalo area of Mangilao, Mannengon in Yona, and the Santa Cruz area of Chalan Pago. GPA was also investigating low voltage conditions in Maloloj.

Crews were also clearing overgrown vegetation today in the Mount Santa Rosa area of Yigo, in Umatac, and in Toto.