The international phone numbers may begin in area code 881 or 882 and are seemingly “spoofed,” which means it is imitated or disguised to appear as a different number.
The community is reminded to remain vigilant and continue to follow these tips:
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The Offices of Guam Homeland Security and Civil Defense (GHS/OCD) along with the Mariana Regional Fusion Center (MRFC), continue to monitor reports and events surrounding the recent bombing of a Roman Catholic cathedral in southern Philippines on Sunday, killing at least 20 people and leaving dozens wounded.
At this time, there is no credible threat to Guam in connection to the bombings in the Philippines; however, the community is reminded to stay vigilant.
The National Weather Service (NWS), Guam Weather Forecast Office advise a shear line will bring rising seas and fresh to strong winds to the Marianas through the middle of the week.
The Offices of Guam Homeland Security and Civil Defense (GHS/OCD), U.S. Naval Base Guam (NBG), and Andersen Air Force Base (AAFB) will conduct routine testing of the vital communication and advance warning system sirens, respectively, on Tuesday, February 5, starting at 3:15 p.m.
GHS/OCD will test the All Hazards Alert Warning System (AHAWS) from fifteen (15) locations in conjunction with NBG and AAFB monthly routine testing of the “Giant Voice (GV).”
The National Weather Service (NWS), Guam Weather Forecast Office advise surf is diminishing but is still hazardous in the Marianas. The following advisories remain in effect:
The National Weather Service (NWS), Guam Weather Forecast Office continue to monitor a disturbance expected to pass near Koror, Palau Friday or Saturday. While there is no direct threat to the Marianas from the disturbance, the following advisories are in effect:
The National Weather Service (NWS), Guam Weather Forecast Office has the following advisories in effect:
A high surf advisory is in effect for Guam, Rota, Tinian, and Saipan through tonight, meaning high surf will affect beaches in the advisory area, producing localized beach erosion and dangerous swimming conditions. Hazardous surf of 8 to 10 feet along north facing reefs and as high as 10 feet along east facing reefs is expected.
The Guam Department of Education (DOE), in collaboration with the Offices of Guam Homeland Security and Civil Defense (GHS/OCD), the Youth Preparedness Program, the Service Leaning Committee, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), will host the 2019 Service Learning and Youth and Community Preparedness Summit: