Active Convergence Zone Lies Over Samoa Islands

Sattelite Image over Samoa 7pm Wed 19th Feb 2020

Issued by Samoa Met Office 6pm Wednesday 19th February 2020.

An active convergence zone lies over the islands. This system continues to bring heavy rain, strong winds and high surf for Samoa.

For tonight:
Periods of rain with heavy falls, strong and gusty winds.

For tomorrow:
Isolated to scattered rain and gusty winds.

An active convergence zone remains over Samoa and will continue to usher widespread showers with possible heavy falls and fresh and gusty winds at times”.

“A weak low pressure system embedded along the convergence zone approximately 259km west of Apia, as evident in the latest sattelite loop continues to move towards Samoa and will maintain unsettled weather conditions for this evening into tonight.”

“Expect persistent strong and damaging winds. Heavy rain and damaging swells”.

“Tropical Depression 07F locates to the west of Wallis and has a low to moderate potential to develop into a cyclone within the next 24 hours.”

“The system is forecasted to maintain its South West movement with slight intensification.”


Aso Lulu 19 Fepuari 2020.

O le vaega fa’atupulaia o fetaiā’iga o savili ma timuga o lo’o ta’oto pea i luga o Samoa. Lea e aumaia timuga mamafa, savili malolosi ma fa’ata’uta’u ma auma fafati maualuluga e a’afia ai le Atunu’u.

Mo le po nei:
E timuga ma mamafa i nisi o taimi fa’apea savili e malosi ma fa’ata’uta’u.

Mo le aso taeao:
E to’ulu vava solo ai timu ma fa’asolo ina ta’ape. E fa’ata’uta’u savili.


Sattelite Image over Samoa 7pm Wed 19th Feb 2020