Time : 01:03 (pm)

 FA’AMATALAGA O UIGA LOULOUĀ O LE TAU NUMERA SEFULU MA LE FITU (A17) MO ‘OGĀSAMI O SAMOA.

FA’AMAUINA E LE OFISA O LE VA’AI-TAU I LE ITULA E 5:00 I LE TAEAO NEI
ASO TOFI 11 AUKUSO 2022.

FA’AMALOSIA: FAUTUAGA MO ‘OGĀSAMI

O fa’amaumauga lata mai, o lo’o maitauina ai le maualuluga o galu ma āuma i le 2.5 mita. O nei galu ma āuma o lo’o fa’asolo ina fa’aitiitia a’o aga’i ese atu peāu mamafa o le ‘ea i Saute-i-Sasa’e o Atu kuki i Sasa’e. O le ‘ā tumau pea ona fa’aitiitia galu ma āuma maualuluga i le Asō. O nei lava tulaga, o lo’o fa’amalosia pea le Fautuaga mo ‘Ogāsami uma o Samoa.

Mo le silafia lautele, o le Tai O’oo’o e fa’amoemoe e a’afia ai le Atunu’u ile Aso Faraile ma le Aso To’ona’i o le vaiaso lenei. Ma e fautuaina ai le mamalu o le Atunu’u e a’afia gofie i lologa i nofoaga maualalalo tulata ile sami e tapenapena mo ni lologa i nofoaga tu-matafaga.    

A'afiaga e ono ālia’e mai:
E sousou le sami ma e puaoa i timuga.  

(O le isi fa’amatalaga o uiga loulouā o le tau o le ‘ā tu’uina atu i le itula e 5:00 i le afiafi.)

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MARINE SEVERE WEATHER INFORMATION NUMBER SEVENTEEN (A17) FOR SAMOA.
ISSUED BY THE SAMOA METEOROLOGY DIVISION AT 5:00 AM

THURSDAY 11th AUGUST 2022.

VALID: MARINE ADVISORY

The most recent marine observations indicated wave heights continue to fluctuate above and below 2.5 metres. These wave and swells are slowly diminishing as the high-pressure system further Southeast of Cook Island exit the area eastward. Expect elevated waves to diminish further later today. Hence the validation of the Marine Advisory still remains for Samoa’s marine waters.

Additionally, the highest spring tide of this year is predicted to occur by Friday and Saturday this week. It is important to watch out for this event as it will likely to cause coastal flooding in low-lying coastal areas.

Potential Impacts:

Rough and choppy seas with poor visibility in showers.

 (The next severe weather information will be issued at 5:00 p.m)