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Good morning ROP!

A northeast swell generated by strong winds south of a new high pressure system off the southwest coast of Japan will maintain high surf across ROP for several more days. It will persist for north facing shores at 7-10ft this morning; surf will rise to 9-11ft tonight and subside by Tuesday night. Thus, high surf advisory remains in effect for north facing shores. The tropical disturbance remains a weak system near Chuuk models have weakened its intensity, if stays consistent and data supports it then it will remain a tropical disturbance and may upgrade after passing our islands as it continues to the Philippines. The tropical disturbance will affect most northern states with windy and rainy conditions. Tuesday morning southwestern states will receive a burst of moderate to heavy showers and in the afternoon all will get their share of moderate to heavy showers that will diminish in the evening. Thereafter, drier conditions will kick in for the remainder of the week.

Wind: Today and tonight=northeast wind 12-23mph with combined seas of 8-10ft. Tuesday/night=northeast wind 12-17mph becoming southeast by evening with combined seas of 7-9ft. Wednesday=southeast wind 12-17mph with combined seas of 5-7ft. Thursday and Friday=Variable wind 6-12mph with combined seas of 5-7ft.

Sunset: 6:13pm Sunrise tomorrow: 6:08am

Have a good day!

– from Meteorologist Kiku Mochimaru