A weather system located about 621 nautical miles east of Guam, brewing near Chuuk, is the subject of a recent post by the U.S. National Weather Service.
“We are continuing to monitor the possibility of a tropical system developing,” the NWS Guam Facebook post states. “Currently, a weak circulation is forming northeast of Chuuk near 11N155E. The system is in the formative stage. Models strongly diverge in the details of where the system will go, how quickly will it develop, and at what strength. Stay tuned for later forecast updates!”
Kandit will continue to monitor information from the NWS and the Joint Typhoon Warning Center and provide you their information.
The image below is from a loop of the latest satellite imagery above Chuuk from the Himawari 8 satellite, NWS: