Area Forecast Discussion
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Area Forecast Discussion...CORRECTED
National Weather Service Pago Pago  AS
203 PM SST Sat May 26 2018

.Short term...
.TONIGHT THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT...Torrential rainfall and isolated
thunderstorms are expected during Sunday evening through Monday
as a result of an expected surface trough from the southwest. As
soon as this trough passes the region, wet weather conditions will
let up around Monday night. Thus, will continue to monitor this
situation and provide advance hydrological products prior to the
onset of the expected surface trough.

.Long term...
.TUESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY...Dry easterlies and moderate breeze
will persist after Tuesday night. It will be a quiet forecast
period. Thus, anticipate isolated to scattered showers and warm
overnight temperatures through most of long term.


.Marine...Long period southwest swells of 5 to 7 ft will peak to
near 7 to 9 ft on Sunday night, then returning to 5 to 7 ft on
Monday morning. Another south swell is expected to arrive on
Wednesday which will keep advisories for high surfs and small
crafts in effect through Thursday.


.A High Surf Advisory remains in effect through 3 PM SST Monday.

.A Small Craft Advisory.



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