Tropical Storm Kammuri Impacts Guam
November 26, 2019
Source: Pacific Daily News
Approximate areas experiencing power outages:
– Dededo (96912, 96929)
– Harmon (96913)
– Tumon (96913)
– Yigo (96929)
– Yona (96915)
NOTE: This has not yet been declared a FEMA Major Disaster.
Gusty winds and scattered power outages were reported across Guam Tuesday night as Tropical Storm Kammuri moved south of the island.
Schools will be closed Wednesday, and forecasters warned that rainfall of 4 to 5 inches, hazardous seas and deadly rip currents are possible through Wednesday morning.
Power outages reported
Power was out in Tumon, Harmon, and isolated parts of Dededo, Yigo and Yona, according to Guam Power Authority spokesman Art Perez. Perez said field crews were responding, but they were reporting high winds.
Although circuits were restored in Tumon and Harmon, there were pocket areas of Tumon Heights, and isolated areas of Maite, Yona, Yigo and Dededo without power. Outages in Ipan, Talofofo, toward Bear Rock in Inarajan were also reported, Perez said.
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