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ATPQ40 PGUM 220307
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SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TIYAN GU
100 PM CHST WED OCT 22 2014

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

A SURFACE TROUGH ENTERS THE DISCUSSION AREA NEAR 11N130E AND
STRETCHES EASTWARD TO 8N138E THROUGH A CIRCULATION SOUTH OF GUAM
NEAR 12N146E TO 14N155E. LOW-LEVEL CONVERGENCE ALONG AND SOUTH OF
THE TROUGH IS PRODUCING SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS
ACROSS PALAU AND YAP BETWEEN 5N AND 10N FROM 130E TO 148E AND
BETWEEN 11N AND 15N FROM 130E TO 132E.

A COLD FRONT ENTERS THE DISCUSSION AREA NEAR 25N172E AND EXTENDS
SOUTHWEST TO 20N160E AND CONTINUES AS A SHEAR LINE ACROSS THE
MARIANAS TO 15N140E. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS
CAN BE FOUND ALONG AND UP TO 100 MILES NORTH OF THE BOUNDARY.
LOW-LEVEL CONVERGENCE SOUTH OF THE FRONT IS GENERATING SCATTERED
SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS NEAR WAKE ISLAND BETWEEN 17N AND
19N FORM 160E TO 169E.

A WEAK CIRCULATION IS LOCATED WEST OF KOSRAE NEAR 6N161E. A SURFACE
TROUGH EXTENDS NORTHEAST FROM THE CIRCULATION TO 12N166E. SCATTERED
SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE LOCATED SOUTH OF POHNPEI
BETWEEN THE EQUATOR AND 3N FROM 155E TO 159E AND OVER POHNPEI
BETWEEN 3N AND 9N FROM 157E TO 161E AND NORTHWEST OF KWAJALEIN
BETWEEN 10 AND 14N FROM 163E TO 167E.

A SURFACE TROUGH STRETCHES ACROSS THE MARSHALL ISLANDS FROM 1N173E
TO 8N180. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE LOCATED
SOUTH OF MAJURO BETWEEN THE EQUATOR AND 6N FROM 170E TO 177E.

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