SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
Sunday, February 11, 2018

This is a Special Weather Statement Update from the National Emergency Management Office in collaboration with the National Weather Service informing the public that a Tropical Storm is located 150 miles East – Southeast of Palau and is moving West at 29 mph. Current position has its track passing South of Koror this afternoon. Heavy showers, isolated thunderstorms and windier conditions will be about 25-30 mph with wind gusts of up to 50 mph will be expected this afternoon until tonight.

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.

PALAUAN

Tia subed loltobed er ngii a obis ra NEMO ma Kansok el kirel a Tropical Storm el ngara Ongos er a beluu er Belau el bekord el ngara 150 miles a cherridel.  A omrolel tial Tropical Storm a merael el bedul Ngebard el me chimiu ra Dims ra beluu er Oreor ra kebsesngei.

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 25-30 mph lobengkel a yab el mo ngara 50 mph.

A imuil ma daob ra ikrel a chelemoll a merael el mo meringel  sel lorael tial Tropical Storm 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
NEMO Coordinator

 

Click on the following link to download this statement: SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT February 11, 2018