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Area Forecast Discussion for Hawaii
Area Forecast Discussion for Hawaii

Area Forecast Discussion for Hawaii
  • Synopsis
    Trade winds nude celebrities will increase today through Monday, bringing a slight increase in windward showers, mainly on Kauai and Oahu. A couple of upper level disturbances passing north of the islands will result in the weakening of trade winds again on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and may briefly enhance showers over the state.

  • Discussion
    Stronger trade winds are staging a comeback early this morning, as indicated by both radar data as well as low cloud movements. Quite a bit of low level moisture are present in the island vicinity early this morning, with radar data showing an area of rain clouds just northeast of Oahu at time. Much of these showers will affect the windward areas under the increasing trade winds. Early morning soundings still depict a rather dry air mass in the island vicinity, though Lihue sounding has become a tad more unstable compared to Saturday afternoon. Look for passing low clouds and showers to affect mainly windward and mountain areas today, while lee areas should experience mostly fair weather. Trade winds will be the strongest tonight and Monday over the islands, as a surface high pressure passes east far north of the state. Trade wind weather will continue Monday, with passing low clouds and showers affecting mainly windward areas. A progressive mid-level short wave trough is forecast to pass the state on Tuesday. Its present will induce the development of a surface trough in the island vicinity. As the surface trough develops, winds will once again weaken across the islands. In fact, winds may become light and variable enough allowing land and sea breezes to develop. Forecast models indicate the atmosphere will become only slightly unstable due to this short wave. But then deeper convection can develop over the islands under the converging sea breezes in the afternoon, bringing possible locally heavier showers. This mid-level trough will track swiftly east Wednesday, with stronger trade winds returning to the state briefly. Another mid-level short wave trough is expected to pass over the islands Thursday through Friday as indicated by the forecast models. Even though this next disturbance is forecast to be a weak feature, another surface trough is expected to develop in the island vicinity, resulting in winds becoming light across the area again. Convective weather with land and sea breezes are expected Thursday through Saturday. Furthermore, forecast models also hint the atmosphere in the island vicinity may become more unstable. Showers will therefore be enhanced. Stronger trade winds may return to the area toward early next week, though that is subject to change due to high variations between model runs.

  • Aviation
    Clouds and showers will remain focused over windward sections of the state today, cartoon porn videos as trade winds gradually increase. Airmet sierra for mountain obscuration remains in effect for windward sections of Kauai, Oahu and Maui, where tempo MVFR conditions will persist at least through this morning. Airmet sierra for mountain obscuration may become necessary for the windward Big Island as well this morning. Vfr conditions will prevail elsewhere, with just isolated MVFR ceilings possible at times.

  • Marine
    Readings from the buoy far northwest of the islands have shown the arrival of a long-period WNW swell in the past couple of hours. As such, this swell will reach Kauai late this morning, then Oahu by the afternoon. The readings are also in-line with what the lesbian porn wave-watch model has been indicating. Therefore, surf heights will be near advisory levels for the north and west facing shores of the smaller islands, especially Kauai and Niihau. This swell will peak late today, then gradually diminish through Tuesday. A small swell from the west northwest is due next weekend. A small background southerly swell will persist through the week. Winds are expected to remain below small craft conditions for the coastal waters through the week. The incoming moderate WNW swell may lift the combined seas close to the 10 ft threshold for small craft advisory issuance over exposed coastal waters briefly this evening.

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