Looks like the first clouds of the stormy weekend ahead have made it here.
Here’s my favorite quote from the NWS made some significant changes in both marine and wind grids to better align with model guidance in bringing a tropical cyclone toward the marianas over the weekend.
Starting to see a real drop in pressure as the storm moves closer. Down to 29.49. Winds have are also on the rise. 10 minute average is toying with the 50mph mark. Still have 4 more hours before condition
Latest image from the window.
Typhoon Dolphin is making it’s way to the Northern Mariana Islands. At 1:00pm local time the current track has the system passing just to the north of Guam late tomorrow afternoon. The storm is expected to bring typhoon winds to Guam