A little after midnight, a crew from the Joint Information Center (joined by reporters who were in the JIC), started taking footage of weather conditions so you can see what’s happening where the heaviest weather is occurring – northern Guam.

  • Guam Memorial Hospital and Machananao Elementary School (public shelter) are doing fine. Roads are relatively clear of traffic in the rains and winds.
  • Streetlights are on, buildings along the main roads look like they’re in good condition, and we did not observe any pedestrians, except for a handful in Tumon.
  • Tumon is lit up, and the hotels are doing a great job keeping their guests comfortable inside the hotels.
Great job, Guam! Let’s stay vigilant, though. The heaviest winds and rains are coming over the next two hours. We have to stay inside and wait this out for everyone’s safety. Please call 475-1472/3/4 if your power goes out, or there’s a fluctuation or line that goes down.
Here are the video links:

Hagatna to Yigo Drive
Tumon Drive
Machananao public shelter & GMH operations

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