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FXZS60 NSTU 160110

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Pago Pago  AS
210 PM SST Sun Apr 15 2018

.Short term...
TONIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT...Active surface trough over the
islands will remain nearly stationary tonight before descending
south southwest on Tuesday morning. RAOB from this afternoon
depicted an unstable and saturated profile. The active trough
continue to produce heavy showers and thunderstorms across the
islands tonight. Models continue to hold scattered showers over
the islands on Tuesday morning before reducing showers to isolated
on Tuesday afternoon. The trough axis will slightly shift north 
tonight and hence increase east winds to gentle and gusty flow. 
As the axis once again descend south, winds will diminish to light
and variable on Monday afternoon. 

.Long term...
WEDNESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY...The active trough will remain south of
the islands throughout the rest of the week and the weekend.
Models have passing showers spreading across the forecast period.
Will keep showers on isolated and winds on variable flow. 


There is a possible off site with the Aunuu buoy. However before
the outage, seas were downsizing 5 to 7 ft early morning. Seas of
5 to 7 ft will persist for the rest of the forecast. 


Flash flood watch remains in effect through Monday night.