On Saturday morning (Fiji/NZ/Samoa date) (22 2037 UTC)
AMOS was over open sea north of Wallis Island
and seems to be heading for south coast of Samoa on Sunday night.
Its centre may miss making “landfall” but the ring of its strongest winds are likely to affect both Savai’i and Upolu
The combination of steep hillsides and heavy rain is likely to produce significant landslides, especially on those hills facing the incoming wind---and in this case , that’ll be a wind from the northwest.
Brace accordingly .
For latest official track map go to www.met.gov.fj/aifs_prods/65648.html