A train of clouds was seen over parts of Palau as of November 12 weather report of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
This is due to a trade-wind trough linked to the circulation currently west of the country.
A few more showers of varying intensities can be expected from this trough through Wednesday.
Winds, seas and surf remain under hazardous levels through the new work week. Trade-winds are light to gentle and may become moderate towards the end of the week. Models hint on another trough and circulation duet east of Palau on Friday, November 16, with the circulation passing north of Palau by November 19.
For all your weather and climate inquiries, please call Palau National Weather Service Office (WSO) at (680) 587-1033/6287/6288 to speak with a weather service specialist 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or listen to recordings at (680) 587-1104(rop)/1103(eng). (NOAA)