Typhoon Prapiroon continues to linger south of Okinawa today. Its current position is now within 300km of the Naha now making it the 12th storm of 2012 to come so close. The future of the storm is still un certain but one thing still holds true, given its current position strong wind gust and dangerous seas will still be expected across the southern Japanese islands. Already winds up to 76kph has been recorded in Okinawa Honto and these conditions are only expected to worsen through the work week as conditions go down hill. Good news is this severe weather will not be remotely close to the damage caused by Typhoon Jelawat. But It will will bring some un-welcomed winds to many of the region. We will continue to keep you updated as the storm continues to move north.
Guam is starting to see improving conditions as well today due to a newly developed Tropical Depression that has decided to get a move on away from the island. Good news is that unlike its sister storm this TD is moving at a relatively quicker pace making it easier to predict. At this time consensus looks as if it should remain well out to see away from major land masses.
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