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Special Weather Statement: Friday, February 9, 2018

Friday, February 9, 2018

This is a Special Weather Statement from the National Emergency Management Office in collaboration with the National Weather Service informing the public that a Tropical Depression is located 910 miles East – Northeast of Palau and is moving North – Northwest at 14  mph. Heavy showers, isolated thunderstorms and wind conditions will be about 20-25 mph with wind gusts of up to 40 mph will be expected by Sunday.

Sea and Surf conditions may become hazardous during this time with a combination of swells and wind waves across Palau. The public is reminded to secure any loose items around their residences and to take precaution when driving for possible flooding, landslides/mudslides and debris.

NEMO and the National Weather Service will continue to monitor weather conditions and will update the public accordingly.



Tia subed loltobed er ngii a obis ra NEMO ma Kansok el kirel a Tropical Depression el ngara Ongos er a beluu er Belau e bekord el ngara 910 miles a cherridel.

A ikal obis a ouchais el kmo ng mor ngii a techellel a klou el chull ma derumk ma klisichel a yolt a mo remurt ra bekord el 20-25 mph lobengkel a yab el mo ngara 40 mph er tial merael mei el Sandei.

A imuil ma daob ra ikrel a chelemoll a merael mo meringel sel lorael tial Tropical Depression el me kmeed er a beluu er a Belau.

Malewaisei, ea uleklatk a mora buai el kmo, dongetmokl a mauari er kid e bode kerekikl a tekoi ra bekall ra rael leng mo klou a techellel a rael el mielb malechub eng mongkangk.

Ma aikal obis a melemolem lomes er tial teletelel a yanged ma daob e mouchais lokiu tial radio station.

Kom kmal mesulang,

Waymine Towai


Click on the following link to download this Special Weather Statement: SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT February 9 FINAL