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000
ATHW40 PHFO 241230
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1230 UTC SUN MAY 24 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1200 UTC MAY 24 2015

AN UPPER LOW CAN BE OBSERVED FAR NE OF THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
WITH A TROUGH AXIS EXTENDING SOUTH TO ABOUT 250 MILES E OF THE BIG
ISLAND. A DISSIPATING SURFACE COLD FRONT EXTENDS IN A SIMILAR
ORIENTATION AS THE UPPER TROUGH...FROM 30.0N 144.6W TO 23.1N 146.9W
TO THE BIG ISLAND. LAYERED CLOUDS AND LINES OF CUMULUS CLOUDS ALONG
AND AHEAD OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY COVER THE AREA BETWEEN 25.0N TO
30.0N AND 140.0W TO 144.0W...WITH HIGHEST CLOUD TOPS NEAR 42
THOUSAND FEET. THE TROUGH/FRONT COMPLEX IS GRADUALLY MIGRATING ESE
AT AROUND 25 MPH...EXCEPT FOR THE REMNANT PORTION OF THE FRONT
CLOSEST TO THE BIG ISLAND WHICH REMAINS NEARLY STATIONARY.

ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS WITH A FEW
LINGERING SHOWERS STILL COVER WINDWARD AREAS OF THE BIG ISLAND AND
THE SE SLOPES OF MAUNA LOA BELOW 8 THOUSAND FEET. ON MAUI
COUNTY...BROKEN TO LOCALLY OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS REMAIN OVER WINDWARD
AREAS OF MAUI FROM NAHIKU TO HUELO...THE INTERIOR SLOPES OF
HALEAKALA...THE W MAUI MOUNTAINS...AND OVER THE E MOLOKAI
MOUNTAINS. ON OAHU...BROKEN LOW CLOUDS REMAINED ALIGNED ALONG THE
KOOLAU MOUNTAINS...OVER PORTIONS OF THE WAIANAE RANGE...AND INTERIOR
AREAS AROUND THE CENTRAL VALLEY. ON KAUAI COUNTY...LOCALLY BROKEN
PATCHES OF LOW CLOUDS LINGER OVER WINDWARD AND INTERIOR AREAS OF
KAUAI.

BROKEN STRATOCUMULUS AND CUMULUS CLOUDS COVER MOST OF THE AREA N OF
THE AFOREMENTIONED COLD FRONT AND N OF 18N FROM THE BIG ISLAND TO
THE 180 LINE...WITH CLOUD MOTION GENERALLY TO THE S AND SW AT 10 TO
20 MPH. ELSEWHERE...LOW CLOUD COVERAGE REMAINS MAINLY SCATTERED N
OF 10N WITH CLOUD MOTION TO THE N AND NE BETWEEN 140W AND 148W...
TURNING NW AND W FROM 148W TO 180.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE OBSERVED
NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE...OR ITCZ...BETWEEN THE
EQUATOR AND 10N FROM 140W TO 168W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 43 TO
54 THOUSAND FEET.

$$

REYNES











000
ATHW40 PHFO 241230
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1230 UTC SUN MAY 24 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1200 UTC MAY 24 2015

AN UPPER LOW CAN BE OBSERVED FAR NE OF THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
WITH A TROUGH AXIS EXTENDING SOUTH TO ABOUT 250 MILES E OF THE BIG
ISLAND. A DISSIPATING SURFACE COLD FRONT EXTENDS IN A SIMILAR
ORIENTATION AS THE UPPER TROUGH...FROM 30.0N 144.6W TO 23.1N 146.9W
TO THE BIG ISLAND. LAYERED CLOUDS AND LINES OF CUMULUS CLOUDS ALONG
AND AHEAD OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY COVER THE AREA BETWEEN 25.0N TO
30.0N AND 140.0W TO 144.0W...WITH HIGHEST CLOUD TOPS NEAR 42
THOUSAND FEET. THE TROUGH/FRONT COMPLEX IS GRADUALLY MIGRATING ESE
AT AROUND 25 MPH...EXCEPT FOR THE REMNANT PORTION OF THE FRONT
CLOSEST TO THE BIG ISLAND WHICH REMAINS NEARLY STATIONARY.

ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS WITH A FEW
LINGERING SHOWERS STILL COVER WINDWARD AREAS OF THE BIG ISLAND AND
THE SE SLOPES OF MAUNA LOA BELOW 8 THOUSAND FEET. ON MAUI
COUNTY...BROKEN TO LOCALLY OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS REMAIN OVER WINDWARD
AREAS OF MAUI FROM NAHIKU TO HUELO...THE INTERIOR SLOPES OF
HALEAKALA...THE W MAUI MOUNTAINS...AND OVER THE E MOLOKAI
MOUNTAINS. ON OAHU...BROKEN LOW CLOUDS REMAINED ALIGNED ALONG THE
KOOLAU MOUNTAINS...OVER PORTIONS OF THE WAIANAE RANGE...AND INTERIOR
AREAS AROUND THE CENTRAL VALLEY. ON KAUAI COUNTY...LOCALLY BROKEN
PATCHES OF LOW CLOUDS LINGER OVER WINDWARD AND INTERIOR AREAS OF
KAUAI.

BROKEN STRATOCUMULUS AND CUMULUS CLOUDS COVER MOST OF THE AREA N OF
THE AFOREMENTIONED COLD FRONT AND N OF 18N FROM THE BIG ISLAND TO
THE 180 LINE...WITH CLOUD MOTION GENERALLY TO THE S AND SW AT 10 TO
20 MPH. ELSEWHERE...LOW CLOUD COVERAGE REMAINS MAINLY SCATTERED N
OF 10N WITH CLOUD MOTION TO THE N AND NE BETWEEN 140W AND 148W...
TURNING NW AND W FROM 148W TO 180.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE OBSERVED
NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE...OR ITCZ...BETWEEN THE
EQUATOR AND 10N FROM 140W TO 168W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 43 TO
54 THOUSAND FEET.

$$

REYNES










000
ATHW40 PHFO 240530
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0530 UTC SUN MAY 24 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0500 UTC MAY 24 2015

WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWED AN UPPER LOW FAR NE OF THE
MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS WITH A TROUGH AXIS EXTENDING SOUTH TO ABOUT
100 MILES E OF THE BIG ISLAND. A DISSIPATING SURFACE COLD FRONT
EXTENDS IN A SIMILAR ORIENTATION AS THE UPPER TROUGH...FROM 30.0N
145.3W TO 24.1N 147.8W TO THE BIG ISLAND. LAYERED CLOUDS AND LINES
OF CUMULUS CLOUDS ALONG AND AHEAD OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY COVER THE
AREA BETWEEN 25.0N TO 30.0N AND 140.0W TO 145.0W...WITH HIGHEST
CLOUD TOPS NEAR 42 THOUSAND FEET. THE TROUGH/FRONT COMPLEX IS
GRADUALLY MIGRATING ESE AT AROUND 20 MPH...EXCEPT FOR THE REMNANT
PORTION OF THE FRONT CLOSEST TO THE BIG ISLAND WHICH REMAINS NEARLY
STATIONARY.

ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS STILL COVER
MOST OF THE BIG ISLAND BELOW 8 THOUSAND FEET WITH A FEW LINGERING
SHOWERS OVER THE SE SLOPES OF MAUNA LOA FROM MOUNTAIN VIEW TO
NAALEHU. ON MAUI COUNTY...BROKEN TO LOCALLY OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS
REMAIN ACROSS ALL WINDWARD AREAS...THE INTERIOR AND LEEWARD SLOPES
OF HALEAKALA...AND OVER THE INTERIOR W MAUI MOUNTAINS. A FEW SHOWERS
LINGER OVER THE E HALF OF MOLOKAI. ON OAHU...SCATTERED TO LOCALLY
BROKEN LOW CLOUDS REMAINED ALIGNED ALONG THE KOOLAU MOUNTAINS AND
OVER PORTIONS OF THE WAIANAE RANGE. MAINLY SCATTERED LOW CLOUDS
PREVAIL ELSEWHERE ACROSS OAHU. ON KAUAI COUNTY...LOCALLY BROKEN
PATCHES OF LOW CLOUDS LINGER OVER INTERIOR AREAS AROUND KOKEE STATE
PARK...WHILE MAINLY SCATTERED LOW CLOUDS PREVAIL ELSEWHERE.

BROKEN STRATOCUMULUS AND CUMULUS CLOUDS COVER MOST OF THE AREA N OF
THE AFOREMENTIONED COLD FRONT AND N OF 18N FROM THE BIG ISLAND TO
THE 180 LINE...WITH CLOUD MOTION GENERALLY TO THE S AND SW AT 10 TO
20 MPH. ELSEWHERE...LOW CLOUD COVERAGE REMAINS MAINLY SCATTERED N
OF 10N WITH CLOUD MOTION TO THE N AND NE BETWEEN 140W AND 147W...
TURNING NW AND W FROM 147W TO 180.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE OBSERVED
NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN THE EQUATOR AND 10N
FROM 140W TO 165W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 45 TO 55 THOUSAND
FEET.

$$

REYNES







000
ATHW40 PHFO 240530
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0530 UTC SUN MAY 24 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0500 UTC MAY 24 2015

WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWED AN UPPER LOW FAR NE OF THE
MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS WITH A TROUGH AXIS EXTENDING SOUTH TO ABOUT
100 MILES E OF THE BIG ISLAND. A DISSIPATING SURFACE COLD FRONT
EXTENDS IN A SIMILAR ORIENTATION AS THE UPPER TROUGH...FROM 30.0N
145.3W TO 24.1N 147.8W TO THE BIG ISLAND. LAYERED CLOUDS AND LINES
OF CUMULUS CLOUDS ALONG AND AHEAD OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY COVER THE
AREA BETWEEN 25.0N TO 30.0N AND 140.0W TO 145.0W...WITH HIGHEST
CLOUD TOPS NEAR 42 THOUSAND FEET. THE TROUGH/FRONT COMPLEX IS
GRADUALLY MIGRATING ESE AT AROUND 20 MPH...EXCEPT FOR THE REMNANT
PORTION OF THE FRONT CLOSEST TO THE BIG ISLAND WHICH REMAINS NEARLY
STATIONARY.

ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS STILL COVER
MOST OF THE BIG ISLAND BELOW 8 THOUSAND FEET WITH A FEW LINGERING
SHOWERS OVER THE SE SLOPES OF MAUNA LOA FROM MOUNTAIN VIEW TO
NAALEHU. ON MAUI COUNTY...BROKEN TO LOCALLY OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS
REMAIN ACROSS ALL WINDWARD AREAS...THE INTERIOR AND LEEWARD SLOPES
OF HALEAKALA...AND OVER THE INTERIOR W MAUI MOUNTAINS. A FEW SHOWERS
LINGER OVER THE E HALF OF MOLOKAI. ON OAHU...SCATTERED TO LOCALLY
BROKEN LOW CLOUDS REMAINED ALIGNED ALONG THE KOOLAU MOUNTAINS AND
OVER PORTIONS OF THE WAIANAE RANGE. MAINLY SCATTERED LOW CLOUDS
PREVAIL ELSEWHERE ACROSS OAHU. ON KAUAI COUNTY...LOCALLY BROKEN
PATCHES OF LOW CLOUDS LINGER OVER INTERIOR AREAS AROUND KOKEE STATE
PARK...WHILE MAINLY SCATTERED LOW CLOUDS PREVAIL ELSEWHERE.

BROKEN STRATOCUMULUS AND CUMULUS CLOUDS COVER MOST OF THE AREA N OF
THE AFOREMENTIONED COLD FRONT AND N OF 18N FROM THE BIG ISLAND TO
THE 180 LINE...WITH CLOUD MOTION GENERALLY TO THE S AND SW AT 10 TO
20 MPH. ELSEWHERE...LOW CLOUD COVERAGE REMAINS MAINLY SCATTERED N
OF 10N WITH CLOUD MOTION TO THE N AND NE BETWEEN 140W AND 147W...
TURNING NW AND W FROM 147W TO 180.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE OBSERVED
NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN THE EQUATOR AND 10N
FROM 140W TO 165W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 45 TO 55 THOUSAND
FEET.

$$

REYNES








000
ATHW40 PHFO 240530
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0530 UTC SUN MAY 24 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0500 UTC MAY 24 2015

WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWED AN UPPER LOW FAR NE OF THE
MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS WITH A TROUGH AXIS EXTENDING SOUTH TO ABOUT
100 MILES E OF THE BIG ISLAND. A DISSIPATING SURFACE COLD FRONT
EXTENDS IN A SIMILAR ORIENTATION AS THE UPPER TROUGH...FROM 30.0N
145.3W TO 24.1N 147.8W TO THE BIG ISLAND. LAYERED CLOUDS AND LINES
OF CUMULUS CLOUDS ALONG AND AHEAD OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY COVER THE
AREA BETWEEN 25.0N TO 30.0N AND 140.0W TO 145.0W...WITH HIGHEST
CLOUD TOPS NEAR 42 THOUSAND FEET. THE TROUGH/FRONT COMPLEX IS
GRADUALLY MIGRATING ESE AT AROUND 20 MPH...EXCEPT FOR THE REMNANT
PORTION OF THE FRONT CLOSEST TO THE BIG ISLAND WHICH REMAINS NEARLY
STATIONARY.

ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS STILL COVER
MOST OF THE BIG ISLAND BELOW 8 THOUSAND FEET WITH A FEW LINGERING
SHOWERS OVER THE SE SLOPES OF MAUNA LOA FROM MOUNTAIN VIEW TO
NAALEHU. ON MAUI COUNTY...BROKEN TO LOCALLY OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS
REMAIN ACROSS ALL WINDWARD AREAS...THE INTERIOR AND LEEWARD SLOPES
OF HALEAKALA...AND OVER THE INTERIOR W MAUI MOUNTAINS. A FEW SHOWERS
LINGER OVER THE E HALF OF MOLOKAI. ON OAHU...SCATTERED TO LOCALLY
BROKEN LOW CLOUDS REMAINED ALIGNED ALONG THE KOOLAU MOUNTAINS AND
OVER PORTIONS OF THE WAIANAE RANGE. MAINLY SCATTERED LOW CLOUDS
PREVAIL ELSEWHERE ACROSS OAHU. ON KAUAI COUNTY...LOCALLY BROKEN
PATCHES OF LOW CLOUDS LINGER OVER INTERIOR AREAS AROUND KOKEE STATE
PARK...WHILE MAINLY SCATTERED LOW CLOUDS PREVAIL ELSEWHERE.

BROKEN STRATOCUMULUS AND CUMULUS CLOUDS COVER MOST OF THE AREA N OF
THE AFOREMENTIONED COLD FRONT AND N OF 18N FROM THE BIG ISLAND TO
THE 180 LINE...WITH CLOUD MOTION GENERALLY TO THE S AND SW AT 10 TO
20 MPH. ELSEWHERE...LOW CLOUD COVERAGE REMAINS MAINLY SCATTERED N
OF 10N WITH CLOUD MOTION TO THE N AND NE BETWEEN 140W AND 147W...
TURNING NW AND W FROM 147W TO 180.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE OBSERVED
NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN THE EQUATOR AND 10N
FROM 140W TO 165W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 45 TO 55 THOUSAND
FEET.

$$

REYNES







000
ATHW40 PHFO 240530
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0530 UTC SUN MAY 24 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0500 UTC MAY 24 2015

WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWED AN UPPER LOW FAR NE OF THE
MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS WITH A TROUGH AXIS EXTENDING SOUTH TO ABOUT
100 MILES E OF THE BIG ISLAND. A DISSIPATING SURFACE COLD FRONT
EXTENDS IN A SIMILAR ORIENTATION AS THE UPPER TROUGH...FROM 30.0N
145.3W TO 24.1N 147.8W TO THE BIG ISLAND. LAYERED CLOUDS AND LINES
OF CUMULUS CLOUDS ALONG AND AHEAD OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY COVER THE
AREA BETWEEN 25.0N TO 30.0N AND 140.0W TO 145.0W...WITH HIGHEST
CLOUD TOPS NEAR 42 THOUSAND FEET. THE TROUGH/FRONT COMPLEX IS
GRADUALLY MIGRATING ESE AT AROUND 20 MPH...EXCEPT FOR THE REMNANT
PORTION OF THE FRONT CLOSEST TO THE BIG ISLAND WHICH REMAINS NEARLY
STATIONARY.

ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS STILL COVER
MOST OF THE BIG ISLAND BELOW 8 THOUSAND FEET WITH A FEW LINGERING
SHOWERS OVER THE SE SLOPES OF MAUNA LOA FROM MOUNTAIN VIEW TO
NAALEHU. ON MAUI COUNTY...BROKEN TO LOCALLY OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS
REMAIN ACROSS ALL WINDWARD AREAS...THE INTERIOR AND LEEWARD SLOPES
OF HALEAKALA...AND OVER THE INTERIOR W MAUI MOUNTAINS. A FEW SHOWERS
LINGER OVER THE E HALF OF MOLOKAI. ON OAHU...SCATTERED TO LOCALLY
BROKEN LOW CLOUDS REMAINED ALIGNED ALONG THE KOOLAU MOUNTAINS AND
OVER PORTIONS OF THE WAIANAE RANGE. MAINLY SCATTERED LOW CLOUDS
PREVAIL ELSEWHERE ACROSS OAHU. ON KAUAI COUNTY...LOCALLY BROKEN
PATCHES OF LOW CLOUDS LINGER OVER INTERIOR AREAS AROUND KOKEE STATE
PARK...WHILE MAINLY SCATTERED LOW CLOUDS PREVAIL ELSEWHERE.

BROKEN STRATOCUMULUS AND CUMULUS CLOUDS COVER MOST OF THE AREA N OF
THE AFOREMENTIONED COLD FRONT AND N OF 18N FROM THE BIG ISLAND TO
THE 180 LINE...WITH CLOUD MOTION GENERALLY TO THE S AND SW AT 10 TO
20 MPH. ELSEWHERE...LOW CLOUD COVERAGE REMAINS MAINLY SCATTERED N
OF 10N WITH CLOUD MOTION TO THE N AND NE BETWEEN 140W AND 147W...
TURNING NW AND W FROM 147W TO 180.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE OBSERVED
NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN THE EQUATOR AND 10N
FROM 140W TO 165W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 45 TO 55 THOUSAND
FEET.

$$

REYNES








000
ATHW40 PHFO 240013
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0030 UTC SUN MAY 24 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0000 UTC MAY 24 2015

AS OF 200 PM HST...WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWED AN UPPER LOW
CENTERED NEAR 32N150W...WITH A TROUGH EXTENDING SOUTH TO JUST EAST
OF THE BIG ISLAND. A COLD FRONT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS UPPER FEATURE
EXTENDED SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FROM 30N146W TO JUST NORTHEAST OF THE
BIG ISLAND. LAYERED CLOUDS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM WERE SHOWN
ALONG AND AHEAD OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY BETWEEN 25N AND 30N FROM
145W TO 140W. MAXIMUM CLOUD TOPS EXTENDED AS HIGH AS 40 TO 45
THOUSAND FEET WITHIN THIS AREA. FARTHER SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FROM
THIS AREA TO THE ISLANDS...MOSTLY LOW CLOUDS WERE SHOWN WITH TOPS
GENERALLY BELOW 15 THOUSAND FEET. OVERALL MOTION OF THIS SYSTEM WAS
TOWARD THE EAST AROUND 25 MPH NORTH OF 23N AND NEARLY STATIONARY
ELSEWHERE.

MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WERE SHOWN ACROSS NIIHAU. SCATTERED CUMULUS
CLOUDS COVERED PORTIONS OF KAUAI...ESPECIALLY THE NORTHERN HALF OF
THE ISLAND. BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS WERE SHOWN OVER WINDWARD
SLOPES OF OAHU WITH MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES ELSEWHERE. A STABLE OVERCAST
STRATUS DECK FOLLOWING THE AFOREMENTIONED FRONTAL BOUNDARY WAS
IMPACTING THE NORTHERN COAST OF MOLOKAI AND THE BULK OF MAUI. LOCAL
OBSERVATIONS BENEATH THIS STRATUS DECK WERE INDICATING BASES AROUND
5 THOUSAND FEET AT MOLOKAI AND MAUI. SCATTERED TO BROKEN LOW CLOUDS
WERE SHOWN OVER THE EAST HALF OF LANAI. BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW
CLOUDS WERE SHOWN ACROSS THE MAJORITY OF THE BIG ISLAND...EXCEPT FOR
THE SUMMITS WHERE CLEAR CONDITIONS WERE OCCURRING.

BROKEN STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS WERE SHOWN NORTH OF THE ISLANDS TO 30N
AND BEYOND FROM 165W TO 150W TRAILING THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY. OVERALL
CLOUD MOTION WAS TOWARD THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST AROUND 20 MPH. CLOUD
TOPS WERE LESS THAN 15 THOUSAND FEET.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...SMALL CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE
OBSERVED NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN THE EQUATOR
AND 10N FROM 140W TO 150W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 50 TO 55
THOUSAND FEET.

$$

AG






000
ATHW40 PHFO 240013
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0030 UTC SUN MAY 24 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0000 UTC MAY 24 2015

AS OF 200 PM HST...WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWED AN UPPER LOW
CENTERED NEAR 32N150W...WITH A TROUGH EXTENDING SOUTH TO JUST EAST
OF THE BIG ISLAND. A COLD FRONT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS UPPER FEATURE
EXTENDED SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FROM 30N146W TO JUST NORTHEAST OF THE
BIG ISLAND. LAYERED CLOUDS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM WERE SHOWN
ALONG AND AHEAD OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY BETWEEN 25N AND 30N FROM
145W TO 140W. MAXIMUM CLOUD TOPS EXTENDED AS HIGH AS 40 TO 45
THOUSAND FEET WITHIN THIS AREA. FARTHER SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FROM
THIS AREA TO THE ISLANDS...MOSTLY LOW CLOUDS WERE SHOWN WITH TOPS
GENERALLY BELOW 15 THOUSAND FEET. OVERALL MOTION OF THIS SYSTEM WAS
TOWARD THE EAST AROUND 25 MPH NORTH OF 23N AND NEARLY STATIONARY
ELSEWHERE.

MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WERE SHOWN ACROSS NIIHAU. SCATTERED CUMULUS
CLOUDS COVERED PORTIONS OF KAUAI...ESPECIALLY THE NORTHERN HALF OF
THE ISLAND. BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS WERE SHOWN OVER WINDWARD
SLOPES OF OAHU WITH MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES ELSEWHERE. A STABLE OVERCAST
STRATUS DECK FOLLOWING THE AFOREMENTIONED FRONTAL BOUNDARY WAS
IMPACTING THE NORTHERN COAST OF MOLOKAI AND THE BULK OF MAUI. LOCAL
OBSERVATIONS BENEATH THIS STRATUS DECK WERE INDICATING BASES AROUND
5 THOUSAND FEET AT MOLOKAI AND MAUI. SCATTERED TO BROKEN LOW CLOUDS
WERE SHOWN OVER THE EAST HALF OF LANAI. BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW
CLOUDS WERE SHOWN ACROSS THE MAJORITY OF THE BIG ISLAND...EXCEPT FOR
THE SUMMITS WHERE CLEAR CONDITIONS WERE OCCURRING.

BROKEN STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS WERE SHOWN NORTH OF THE ISLANDS TO 30N
AND BEYOND FROM 165W TO 150W TRAILING THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY. OVERALL
CLOUD MOTION WAS TOWARD THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST AROUND 20 MPH. CLOUD
TOPS WERE LESS THAN 15 THOUSAND FEET.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...SMALL CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE
OBSERVED NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN THE EQUATOR
AND 10N FROM 140W TO 150W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 50 TO 55
THOUSAND FEET.

$$

AG







000
ATHW40 PHFO 240013
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0030 UTC SUN MAY 24 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0000 UTC MAY 24 2015

AS OF 200 PM HST...WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWED AN UPPER LOW
CENTERED NEAR 32N150W...WITH A TROUGH EXTENDING SOUTH TO JUST EAST
OF THE BIG ISLAND. A COLD FRONT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS UPPER FEATURE
EXTENDED SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FROM 30N146W TO JUST NORTHEAST OF THE
BIG ISLAND. LAYERED CLOUDS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM WERE SHOWN
ALONG AND AHEAD OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY BETWEEN 25N AND 30N FROM
145W TO 140W. MAXIMUM CLOUD TOPS EXTENDED AS HIGH AS 40 TO 45
THOUSAND FEET WITHIN THIS AREA. FARTHER SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FROM
THIS AREA TO THE ISLANDS...MOSTLY LOW CLOUDS WERE SHOWN WITH TOPS
GENERALLY BELOW 15 THOUSAND FEET. OVERALL MOTION OF THIS SYSTEM WAS
TOWARD THE EAST AROUND 25 MPH NORTH OF 23N AND NEARLY STATIONARY
ELSEWHERE.

MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WERE SHOWN ACROSS NIIHAU. SCATTERED CUMULUS
CLOUDS COVERED PORTIONS OF KAUAI...ESPECIALLY THE NORTHERN HALF OF
THE ISLAND. BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS WERE SHOWN OVER WINDWARD
SLOPES OF OAHU WITH MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES ELSEWHERE. A STABLE OVERCAST
STRATUS DECK FOLLOWING THE AFOREMENTIONED FRONTAL BOUNDARY WAS
IMPACTING THE NORTHERN COAST OF MOLOKAI AND THE BULK OF MAUI. LOCAL
OBSERVATIONS BENEATH THIS STRATUS DECK WERE INDICATING BASES AROUND
5 THOUSAND FEET AT MOLOKAI AND MAUI. SCATTERED TO BROKEN LOW CLOUDS
WERE SHOWN OVER THE EAST HALF OF LANAI. BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW
CLOUDS WERE SHOWN ACROSS THE MAJORITY OF THE BIG ISLAND...EXCEPT FOR
THE SUMMITS WHERE CLEAR CONDITIONS WERE OCCURRING.

BROKEN STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS WERE SHOWN NORTH OF THE ISLANDS TO 30N
AND BEYOND FROM 165W TO 150W TRAILING THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY. OVERALL
CLOUD MOTION WAS TOWARD THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST AROUND 20 MPH. CLOUD
TOPS WERE LESS THAN 15 THOUSAND FEET.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...SMALL CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE
OBSERVED NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN THE EQUATOR
AND 10N FROM 140W TO 150W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 50 TO 55
THOUSAND FEET.

$$

AG






000
ATHW40 PHFO 240013
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0030 UTC SUN MAY 24 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0000 UTC MAY 24 2015

AS OF 200 PM HST...WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWED AN UPPER LOW
CENTERED NEAR 32N150W...WITH A TROUGH EXTENDING SOUTH TO JUST EAST
OF THE BIG ISLAND. A COLD FRONT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS UPPER FEATURE
EXTENDED SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FROM 30N146W TO JUST NORTHEAST OF THE
BIG ISLAND. LAYERED CLOUDS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM WERE SHOWN
ALONG AND AHEAD OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY BETWEEN 25N AND 30N FROM
145W TO 140W. MAXIMUM CLOUD TOPS EXTENDED AS HIGH AS 40 TO 45
THOUSAND FEET WITHIN THIS AREA. FARTHER SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FROM
THIS AREA TO THE ISLANDS...MOSTLY LOW CLOUDS WERE SHOWN WITH TOPS
GENERALLY BELOW 15 THOUSAND FEET. OVERALL MOTION OF THIS SYSTEM WAS
TOWARD THE EAST AROUND 25 MPH NORTH OF 23N AND NEARLY STATIONARY
ELSEWHERE.

MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WERE SHOWN ACROSS NIIHAU. SCATTERED CUMULUS
CLOUDS COVERED PORTIONS OF KAUAI...ESPECIALLY THE NORTHERN HALF OF
THE ISLAND. BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS WERE SHOWN OVER WINDWARD
SLOPES OF OAHU WITH MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES ELSEWHERE. A STABLE OVERCAST
STRATUS DECK FOLLOWING THE AFOREMENTIONED FRONTAL BOUNDARY WAS
IMPACTING THE NORTHERN COAST OF MOLOKAI AND THE BULK OF MAUI. LOCAL
OBSERVATIONS BENEATH THIS STRATUS DECK WERE INDICATING BASES AROUND
5 THOUSAND FEET AT MOLOKAI AND MAUI. SCATTERED TO BROKEN LOW CLOUDS
WERE SHOWN OVER THE EAST HALF OF LANAI. BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW
CLOUDS WERE SHOWN ACROSS THE MAJORITY OF THE BIG ISLAND...EXCEPT FOR
THE SUMMITS WHERE CLEAR CONDITIONS WERE OCCURRING.

BROKEN STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS WERE SHOWN NORTH OF THE ISLANDS TO 30N
AND BEYOND FROM 165W TO 150W TRAILING THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY. OVERALL
CLOUD MOTION WAS TOWARD THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST AROUND 20 MPH. CLOUD
TOPS WERE LESS THAN 15 THOUSAND FEET.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...SMALL CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE
OBSERVED NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN THE EQUATOR
AND 10N FROM 140W TO 150W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 50 TO 55
THOUSAND FEET.

$$

AG







000
ATHW40 PHFO 231825
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1830 UTC SAT MAY 23 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1800 UTC MAY 23 2015

AS OF 800 AM HST...WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWED AN UPPER LOW
CENTERED NEAR 33N151W...WITH A TROUGH EXTENDING SOUTH TO JUST
NORTHEAST OF THE BIG ISLAND CENTERED AROUND 150W. A COLD FRONT
ASSOCIATED WITH THIS UPPER FEATURE EXTENDED SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FROM
30N146W TO AROUND 400 MILES NORTHEAST OF THE BIG ISLAND...THEN
WEST-SOUTHWEST TO MAUI AND BEYOND AS A STATIONARY FRONTAL BOUNDARY.
LAYERED CLOUDS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM WERE SHOWN ALONG AND
AHEAD OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY BETWEEN 26N AND 30N FROM 149W TO 142W.
MAXIMUM CLOUD TOPS EXTENDED AS HIGH AS 40 TO 45 THOUSAND FEET
BETWEEN 26N AND 30N. FARTHER SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FROM THIS AREA TO
THE ISLANDS...MOSTLY LOW CLOUDS WERE SHOWN WITH TOPS GENERALLY BELOW
15 THOUSAND FEET. OVERALL MOTION OF THIS SYSTEM WAS TOWARD THE EAST
AROUND 25 MPH NORTH OF 23N AND NEARLY STATIONARY ELSEWHERE.

MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WERE SHOWN ACROSS MOST OF KAUAI AND NIIHAU WITH
THE EXCEPTION OF A LOW-LEVEL STRATUS DECK OVER THE FAR SOUTHERN END
OF NIIHAU AND A FEW CUMULUS CLOUDS COVERING PORTIONS OF THE NORTH
AND NORTHEAST PART OF KAUAI. A STABLE OVERCAST STRATUS DECK
FOLLOWING THE AFOREMENTIONED FRONTAL BOUNDARY WAS SHOWN FROM THE
WINDWARD SIDE OF OAHU TO NORTH TO THE BIG ISLAND...WHICH COVERED THE
BULK OF MAUI...MOLOKAI AND LANAI. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS BENEATH THIS
STRATUS DECK WERE INDICATING BASES RANGING FROM 2 TO 5 THOUSAND FEET
BETWEEN MOLOKAI AND MAUI. MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WERE SHOWN ACROSS THE
MAJORITY OF THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE BIG ISLAND...EXCEPT FOR
SCATTERED LOW CLOUDS BETWEEN HILO AND UPOLU AIRPORT.

BROKEN STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS WERE SHOWN NORTH OF THE ISLANDS TO 30N
AND BEYOND FROM 165W TO 1502 TRAILING THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY. OVERALL
CLOUD MOTION WAS TOWARD THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST AROUND 20 MPH. CLOUD
TOPS WERE LESS THAN 15 THOUSAND FEET.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...SMALL CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE
OBSERVED NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN THE EQUATOR
AND 10N AND 140W TO 150W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 50 TO 55
THOUSAND FEET.

$$

AG






000
ATHW40 PHFO 231825
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1830 UTC SAT MAY 23 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1800 UTC MAY 23 2015

AS OF 800 AM HST...WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWED AN UPPER LOW
CENTERED NEAR 33N151W...WITH A TROUGH EXTENDING SOUTH TO JUST
NORTHEAST OF THE BIG ISLAND CENTERED AROUND 150W. A COLD FRONT
ASSOCIATED WITH THIS UPPER FEATURE EXTENDED SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FROM
30N146W TO AROUND 400 MILES NORTHEAST OF THE BIG ISLAND...THEN
WEST-SOUTHWEST TO MAUI AND BEYOND AS A STATIONARY FRONTAL BOUNDARY.
LAYERED CLOUDS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS SYSTEM WERE SHOWN ALONG AND
AHEAD OF THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY BETWEEN 26N AND 30N FROM 149W TO 142W.
MAXIMUM CLOUD TOPS EXTENDED AS HIGH AS 40 TO 45 THOUSAND FEET
BETWEEN 26N AND 30N. FARTHER SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST FROM THIS AREA TO
THE ISLANDS...MOSTLY LOW CLOUDS WERE SHOWN WITH TOPS GENERALLY BELOW
15 THOUSAND FEET. OVERALL MOTION OF THIS SYSTEM WAS TOWARD THE EAST
AROUND 25 MPH NORTH OF 23N AND NEARLY STATIONARY ELSEWHERE.

MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WERE SHOWN ACROSS MOST OF KAUAI AND NIIHAU WITH
THE EXCEPTION OF A LOW-LEVEL STRATUS DECK OVER THE FAR SOUTHERN END
OF NIIHAU AND A FEW CUMULUS CLOUDS COVERING PORTIONS OF THE NORTH
AND NORTHEAST PART OF KAUAI. A STABLE OVERCAST STRATUS DECK
FOLLOWING THE AFOREMENTIONED FRONTAL BOUNDARY WAS SHOWN FROM THE
WINDWARD SIDE OF OAHU TO NORTH TO THE BIG ISLAND...WHICH COVERED THE
BULK OF MAUI...MOLOKAI AND LANAI. LOCAL OBSERVATIONS BENEATH THIS
STRATUS DECK WERE INDICATING BASES RANGING FROM 2 TO 5 THOUSAND FEET
BETWEEN MOLOKAI AND MAUI. MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WERE SHOWN ACROSS THE
MAJORITY OF THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE BIG ISLAND...EXCEPT FOR
SCATTERED LOW CLOUDS BETWEEN HILO AND UPOLU AIRPORT.

BROKEN STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS WERE SHOWN NORTH OF THE ISLANDS TO 30N
AND BEYOND FROM 165W TO 1502 TRAILING THE FRONTAL BOUNDARY. OVERALL
CLOUD MOTION WAS TOWARD THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST AROUND 20 MPH. CLOUD
TOPS WERE LESS THAN 15 THOUSAND FEET.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...SMALL CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE
OBSERVED NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN THE EQUATOR
AND 10N AND 140W TO 150W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 50 TO 55
THOUSAND FEET.

$$

AG







000
ATHW40 PHFO 231230
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1230 UTC SAT MAY 23 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1200 UTC MAY 23 2015

WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWS AN UPPER LEVEL LOW FAR NE OF THE
MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS...WITH AN ASSOCIATED TROUGH AXIS EXTENDING
FROM 30.0N 150.0W TO 22.2N 145.6W. A SFC COLD FRONT BOUNDARY
STRETCHES FROM 30.0N 147.9W TO 22.7N 152.8W TO MAUI COUNTY. LAYERED
CLOUDS AND LINES OF STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS ARE PUSHING ENE AHEAD AND
ALONG THE FRONT...COVERING THE AREA BETWEEN 25.0N TO 30.0N AND
140.0W TO 148.2W. HIGHEST CLOUD TOPS IN THESE LAYERED CLOUDS ARE
NEAR 47 THOUSAND FEET.

CLOSER TO THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS...BROKEN LOW CLOUDS STILL COVER
MOST OF THE BIG ISLAND BELOW 8 THOUSAND FEET WITH A FEW SHOWERS
LINGERING OVER THE LEEWARD SLOPES AND COASTAL LOCATIONS FROM KONA
VILLAGE RESORT TO MILOLII. A LINE OF SHOWERS...ASSOCIATED WITH THE
AFOREMENTIONED FRONT...IS SLOWLY APPROACHING UPOLU AIRPORT FROM THE
N. ON MAUI COUNTY...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS COVER MAUI BELOW 7
THOUSAND FEET...LANAI AND MOST OF MOLOKAI. SHOWERS REMAIN BASICALLY
ANCHORED ACROSS WINDWARD AREAS OF MAUI AND THE E HALF OF MOLOKAI. ON
OAHU...THE THICK LOW CLOUDS ARE SLOWLY THINNING OUT...BUT STILL
BROKEN TO OVERCAST COVERAGE LINGERS ACROSS WINDWARD AREAS AND ALONG
THE KOOLAU MOUNTAINS. ON KAUAI COUNTY...BROKEN LOW CLOUDS COVER THE
N HALF OF KAUAI.

MAINLY BROKEN CUMULUS AND STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS COVER THE AREA N OF
THE SFC COLD FRONT AND N OF 20N BETWEEN 147W TO 180W WITH CLOUD
MOTION GENERALLY TO THE S/SW AT ABOUT 15 MPH. COVERAGE BECOMES
MAINLY SCATTERED ELSEWHERE N OF 10N WITH CLOUD MOTION TO THE N/NE
BETWEEN 140W TO 151W...AND TURNING TO THE NW AND W FROM 151W TO 180.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...SMALL CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE
OBSERVED NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN 05N TO 10N
AND 140W TO 150W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 52 THOUSAND FEET.

$$

REYNES









000
ATHW40 PHFO 231230
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1230 UTC SAT MAY 23 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1200 UTC MAY 23 2015

WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWS AN UPPER LEVEL LOW FAR NE OF THE
MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS...WITH AN ASSOCIATED TROUGH AXIS EXTENDING
FROM 30.0N 150.0W TO 22.2N 145.6W. A SFC COLD FRONT BOUNDARY
STRETCHES FROM 30.0N 147.9W TO 22.7N 152.8W TO MAUI COUNTY. LAYERED
CLOUDS AND LINES OF STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS ARE PUSHING ENE AHEAD AND
ALONG THE FRONT...COVERING THE AREA BETWEEN 25.0N TO 30.0N AND
140.0W TO 148.2W. HIGHEST CLOUD TOPS IN THESE LAYERED CLOUDS ARE
NEAR 47 THOUSAND FEET.

CLOSER TO THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS...BROKEN LOW CLOUDS STILL COVER
MOST OF THE BIG ISLAND BELOW 8 THOUSAND FEET WITH A FEW SHOWERS
LINGERING OVER THE LEEWARD SLOPES AND COASTAL LOCATIONS FROM KONA
VILLAGE RESORT TO MILOLII. A LINE OF SHOWERS...ASSOCIATED WITH THE
AFOREMENTIONED FRONT...IS SLOWLY APPROACHING UPOLU AIRPORT FROM THE
N. ON MAUI COUNTY...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS COVER MAUI BELOW 7
THOUSAND FEET...LANAI AND MOST OF MOLOKAI. SHOWERS REMAIN BASICALLY
ANCHORED ACROSS WINDWARD AREAS OF MAUI AND THE E HALF OF MOLOKAI. ON
OAHU...THE THICK LOW CLOUDS ARE SLOWLY THINNING OUT...BUT STILL
BROKEN TO OVERCAST COVERAGE LINGERS ACROSS WINDWARD AREAS AND ALONG
THE KOOLAU MOUNTAINS. ON KAUAI COUNTY...BROKEN LOW CLOUDS COVER THE
N HALF OF KAUAI.

MAINLY BROKEN CUMULUS AND STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS COVER THE AREA N OF
THE SFC COLD FRONT AND N OF 20N BETWEEN 147W TO 180W WITH CLOUD
MOTION GENERALLY TO THE S/SW AT ABOUT 15 MPH. COVERAGE BECOMES
MAINLY SCATTERED ELSEWHERE N OF 10N WITH CLOUD MOTION TO THE N/NE
BETWEEN 140W TO 151W...AND TURNING TO THE NW AND W FROM 151W TO 180.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...SMALL CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE
OBSERVED NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN 05N TO 10N
AND 140W TO 150W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 52 THOUSAND FEET.

$$

REYNES









000
ATHW40 PHFO 231230
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1230 UTC SAT MAY 23 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1200 UTC MAY 23 2015

WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWS AN UPPER LEVEL LOW FAR NE OF THE
MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS...WITH AN ASSOCIATED TROUGH AXIS EXTENDING
FROM 30.0N 150.0W TO 22.2N 145.6W. A SFC COLD FRONT BOUNDARY
STRETCHES FROM 30.0N 147.9W TO 22.7N 152.8W TO MAUI COUNTY. LAYERED
CLOUDS AND LINES OF STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS ARE PUSHING ENE AHEAD AND
ALONG THE FRONT...COVERING THE AREA BETWEEN 25.0N TO 30.0N AND
140.0W TO 148.2W. HIGHEST CLOUD TOPS IN THESE LAYERED CLOUDS ARE
NEAR 47 THOUSAND FEET.

CLOSER TO THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS...BROKEN LOW CLOUDS STILL COVER
MOST OF THE BIG ISLAND BELOW 8 THOUSAND FEET WITH A FEW SHOWERS
LINGERING OVER THE LEEWARD SLOPES AND COASTAL LOCATIONS FROM KONA
VILLAGE RESORT TO MILOLII. A LINE OF SHOWERS...ASSOCIATED WITH THE
AFOREMENTIONED FRONT...IS SLOWLY APPROACHING UPOLU AIRPORT FROM THE
N. ON MAUI COUNTY...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS COVER MAUI BELOW 7
THOUSAND FEET...LANAI AND MOST OF MOLOKAI. SHOWERS REMAIN BASICALLY
ANCHORED ACROSS WINDWARD AREAS OF MAUI AND THE E HALF OF MOLOKAI. ON
OAHU...THE THICK LOW CLOUDS ARE SLOWLY THINNING OUT...BUT STILL
BROKEN TO OVERCAST COVERAGE LINGERS ACROSS WINDWARD AREAS AND ALONG
THE KOOLAU MOUNTAINS. ON KAUAI COUNTY...BROKEN LOW CLOUDS COVER THE
N HALF OF KAUAI.

MAINLY BROKEN CUMULUS AND STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS COVER THE AREA N OF
THE SFC COLD FRONT AND N OF 20N BETWEEN 147W TO 180W WITH CLOUD
MOTION GENERALLY TO THE S/SW AT ABOUT 15 MPH. COVERAGE BECOMES
MAINLY SCATTERED ELSEWHERE N OF 10N WITH CLOUD MOTION TO THE N/NE
BETWEEN 140W TO 151W...AND TURNING TO THE NW AND W FROM 151W TO 180.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...SMALL CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE
OBSERVED NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN 05N TO 10N
AND 140W TO 150W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 52 THOUSAND FEET.

$$

REYNES










000
ATHW40 PHFO 231230
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1230 UTC SAT MAY 23 2015

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1200 UTC MAY 23 2015

WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWS AN UPPER LEVEL LOW FAR NE OF THE
MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS...WITH AN ASSOCIATED TROUGH AXIS EXTENDING
FROM 30.0N 150.0W TO 22.2N 145.6W. A SFC COLD FRONT BOUNDARY
STRETCHES FROM 30.0N 147.9W TO 22.7N 152.8W TO MAUI COUNTY. LAYERED
CLOUDS AND LINES OF STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS ARE PUSHING ENE AHEAD AND
ALONG THE FRONT...COVERING THE AREA BETWEEN 25.0N TO 30.0N AND
140.0W TO 148.2W. HIGHEST CLOUD TOPS IN THESE LAYERED CLOUDS ARE
NEAR 47 THOUSAND FEET.

CLOSER TO THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS...BROKEN LOW CLOUDS STILL COVER
MOST OF THE BIG ISLAND BELOW 8 THOUSAND FEET WITH A FEW SHOWERS
LINGERING OVER THE LEEWARD SLOPES AND COASTAL LOCATIONS FROM KONA
VILLAGE RESORT TO MILOLII. A LINE OF SHOWERS...ASSOCIATED WITH THE
AFOREMENTIONED FRONT...IS SLOWLY APPROACHING UPOLU AIRPORT FROM THE
N. ON MAUI COUNTY...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS COVER MAUI BELOW 7
THOUSAND FEET...LANAI AND MOST OF MOLOKAI. SHOWERS REMAIN BASICALLY
ANCHORED ACROSS WINDWARD AREAS OF MAUI AND THE E HALF OF MOLOKAI. ON
OAHU...THE THICK LOW CLOUDS ARE SLOWLY THINNING OUT...BUT STILL
BROKEN TO OVERCAST COVERAGE LINGERS ACROSS WINDWARD AREAS AND ALONG
THE KOOLAU MOUNTAINS. ON KAUAI COUNTY...BROKEN LOW CLOUDS COVER THE
N HALF OF KAUAI.

MAINLY BROKEN CUMULUS AND STRATOCUMULUS CLOUDS COVER THE AREA N OF
THE SFC COLD FRONT AND N OF 20N BETWEEN 147W TO 180W WITH CLOUD
MOTION GENERALLY TO THE S/SW AT ABOUT 15 MPH. COVERAGE BECOMES
MAINLY SCATTERED ELSEWHERE N OF 10N WITH CLOUD MOTION TO THE N/NE
BETWEEN 140W TO 151W...AND TURNING TO THE NW AND W FROM 151W TO 180.

FAR S OF THE ISLANDS...SMALL CLUSTERS OF THUNDERSTORMS CAN BE
OBSERVED NEAR THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE BETWEEN 05N TO 10N
AND 140W TO 150W WITH CLOUD TOPS RANGING FROM 52 THOUSAND FEET.

$$

REYNES










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