As we enter this year’s typhoon season, you are encouraged to review TCOR (Typhoon Condition of Readiness) postures and response actions to include taking inventory of your typhoon survival kits. Due to their unpredictable nature, some tropical storms or typhoons could develop close to Guam and give us only a 72-hour notice before the onset of destructive winds (in excess of 56 mph or 49 knots) - one good reason why we remain in TCOR 4 year-round. Familiarization with TCOR conditions and actions will pay off greatly during typhoon situations.
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