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Hawaii Area Forecast
Area Forecast Discussion for Hawaii
Area Forecast porno gay Discussion for Hawaii

Area Forecast Discussion for Hawaii
  • Synopsis
    A trough aloft will produce heavy rain through tonight on Maui and the Big Island of Hawaii. Snow and strong winds will likely affect the high elevations on the Big Island. The trough will also bring overcast clouds to all the islands. A strong surface high northwest of the area will keep trade winds blowing, bringing scattered showers to windward areas from Molokai to Kauai. The weather will turn drier on Thursday, but that may be temporary. The trough aloft will persist through next week, so more periods of stormy weather are possible.

  • Discussion
    A strong surface high about 1500 miles northwest is producing moderate to strong trade winds across the islands. A persistent trough aloft continues to make the atmosphere unstable, but so far it has not been unstable enough to produce any thunderstorms over the islands. As of 300 am the closest thunderstorms are about 100 miles southeast of the Big Island. The chance of thunderstorms is usually greatest over water at night and over land during the day so the threat will likely shift after sunrise. Trade-wind weather will persist over the smaller islands with scattered showers mainly over windward areas. Thick layered clouds will continue to blanket the skies over all the islands. A broad and deep trough aloft lies north of the area. A short-wave trough within the larger trough is approaching the islands from the northwest. As the trough gets closer today, the atmosphere will become more unstable and more moisture will spread over the islands from the southeast. The greatest threat for heavy precipitation will be tonight on the windward sides of Maui and the Big Island. The trough aloft will also likely produce snow over the high elevations on the Big Island. The rain and snow will subside tomorrow as the short-wave moves off to the northeast. The large-scale trough aloft will persist north of the islands through next week. More periods of heavy precipitation are possible as long as this trough remains. The most active periods will come as short wave troughs within the larger trough move over the islands from the northwest. The global models are in good agreement on the short wave affecting the islands today but they differ on the timing and strength of subsequent short waves.

  • Aviation
    Airmet tango is in effect for high level turbulence over the area due to the trough aloft. The turbulence is likely to continue through today. Airmet tango also has low level turbulence in the lee of the islands due to the strong trade winds. Airmet sierra is in effect for mtn obsc over windward areas from the Big Island to Molokai. The possibility of light icing will be mentioned in airmet zulu. Vfr conditions will prevail from Lanai to Kauai but there may be isolated MVFR ceilings over windward areas.

  • Marine
    There is a slight chance of thunderstorms over the coastal waters around the Big Island and Maui through tonight. A small craft advisory is in effect for strong trade winds and rough seas. Rough surf will build along east lesbian porn facing shores, and this surf could require a high surf advisory later in the week. Otherwise, surf is expected to remain below the advisory thresholds through the week. A north swell arriving Sunday may produce advisory level surf along the north facing shores.

  • HFO Watches/Warnings/Advisories
    Small craft advisory for the Kauai, kaiwi, Molokai and Alenuihaha cartoon porn videos channels, waters west of Kauai, Maalaea Bay and waters south of the Big Island for strong northeast trade winds and rough seas. Flash flood watch through late tonight for Maui and the Big Island of Hawaii. Winter storm warning through late tonight for the summits of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa.

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