Tracking a couple of weak systems

11/14/2018 3:10:33 PM

As of Wednesday afternoon, EST, an area of tropical low pressure was located approximately 550 miles east-southeast of Guam. This feature remains rather weak and disorganized, and any strengthening will likely be slow as it continues to track toward the west. Regardless of any strengthening, it can bring some heavy rainfall to southern parts of the Philippines early next week.

Another area of low pressure is over the Sulu Sea, just off the northern tip of Borneo. This feature is also weak, disorganized and not likely to strengthen, at least in the near future. However, it will continue to track westward into and across the South China Sea and perhaps toward Southeast Asia over the next several days and can eventually bring heavy rain to southeast Vietnam this weekend.

By AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist John Gresiak

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