Despite getting hit with torrential rains and winds upward of 150 miles per hour as Typhoon Mawar passed over Guam this week, the island appears to be in alright shape, Reuters reports.
“I am so glad we are safe. We have weathered this storm. The worst has gone by,” said Governor Lou Leon Guerrero, while urging the US island territory’s people to stay home until given the all clear by the government. “It seems that roads are passable, but you should not be on the road.”