Palau is expected to experience more rain this week.
According to the National Weather Service in Guam, Palau will be in a wet pattern for a while longer.
The regional weather outlook stated that abundant rainfall is expected in the nearby islands as “a broad area of showers and thunderstorms near Palau and Yap will shift northward in the coming days.”
The weekly outlook issued on January 23, observations in Palau indicate “near or more than six inches of rainfall has fallen in 36 hours.”
There is a likelihood that heavy showers will happen through midweek or up to Wednesday.
By Thursday, there will still be some sun but “ with a 40 percent chance of showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms.
The Marianas area will have a dry weather pattern through the week, with a few showers through the weekend.
Pohnpei remains in drought but will potentially experience much-needed rainfall this weekend.
In Palau National Weather Service Monday forecast said that rainfall recorded the last four days amounts to 8.80 inches,
The country is expected to get a break from the rain but it might be short-lived as another pattern of showers in the area late this week. Is expected.
It also warned the public about the increased risk of mudslides or landslides, and which may also lead to some minor flooding.
“With the increase of showers, we can expect windier conditions especially during heavy rainfall. There is currently NO Tropical Storm or Typhoon coming to Palau at this time.” The forecast stated.

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