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ATPQ40 PGUM 181505
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SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TIYAN GU
100 AM CHST FRI DEC 19 2014

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

A COLD FRONT EXTENDS SOUTHWESTWARD FROM NORTHEAST OF MINAMI TORI
SHIMA THROUGH 25N158E TO WEST OF THE NORTHERN CNMI AT 17N142E...THEN
CONTINUES AS A SHEAR LINE TO BEYOND 130E AT 13N. EXTENSIVE
CLOUDINESS AND PATCHY RAIN ARE FOUND ALONG AND UP TO 280 MILES
NORTHWEST OF THIS BOUNDARY.

A NEAR-EQUATORIAL TROUGH STRETCHES EAST-SOUTHEASTWARD FROM SOUTH OF
MINDANAO THROUGH 3N130E AND A WEAK CIRCULATION CENTERED SOUTHWEST OF
CHUUK AT 2N147E TO END AT EQ152E. A FEW THUNDERSTORMS ARE SEEN NEAR
THESE FEATURES...SOUTH OF A LINE FROM 4N139E TO 4N153E.

CONVERGING TRADE WINDS ARE PRODUCING ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS
SOUTHEAST OF MAJURO...EAST OF A LINE FROM 5N176E TO 3N175E.

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CHAN






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