Satellite Interpretation Message
Issued by NWS Tiyan, Guam

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ATPQ40 PGUM 040250
SIMGUM

SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TIYAN GU
100 PM CHST FRI SEP 4 2015

WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC BETWEEN EQUATOR AND 25N FROM 130E TO 180.

TYPHOON KILO IS CENTERED 710 MILES EAST-NORTHEAST OF WAKE ISLAND AT
24N177E MOVING WEST-SOUTHWEST AT 7 MPH WITH MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS
OF 100 MPH. HEAVY RAIN AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE SEEN NEAR THE
CENTER...NORTH OF A LINE FROM 22N173E TO 22N180E...TO JUST NORTH OF
25N. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON TYPHOON KILO...REFER TO BULLETINS
ISSUED BY THE JOINT TYPHOON WARNING CENTER UNDER WMO HEADER WTPN31
PGTW AND BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GUAM UNDER WMO HEADER
WTPQ31 PGUM.

A MONSOON TROUGH STRETCHES EASTWARD THROUGH 12N130E THROUGH A WEAK
CIRCULATION CENTERED NEAR THE MARIANAS AT 13N143E...THEN CONTINUES
EASTWARD THROUGH ANOTHER WEAK CIRCULATION NEAR THE DATE LINE AT
10N178E. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE FOUND
NORTH OF KOROR AND NEAR YAP WITHIN 120 MILES OF A LINE FROM 11N130E
TO 11N140E...OVER THE MARIANAS BETWEEN 8N AND 23N FROM 140E TO
150E...AND ACROSS THE MARSHALL ISLANDS WITHIN 90 MILES OF A LINE
FROM 1N160E TO 8N169E AND BETWEEN 1N AND 12N FROM 169E TO 180.

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AYDLETT



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