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ATHW40 PHFO 210534
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0530 UTC SUN SEP 21 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0500 UTC SEPTEMBER 21 2014

REGIONAL SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWS THAT WHILE THE MAIN HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS LIE IN AN AREA OF RELATIVELY FEW LOW CLOUDS...SKIES OVER
MOST ISLAND AREAS AND ADJACENT WATERS ARE MOSTLY CLOUDY. THE CLOUDS
DEVELOPED OVER THE ISLANDS LATE THIS MORNING AND DURING THE
AFTERNOON...IN RESPONSE TO SEA BREEZES CONVERGING OVER THE ISLANDS.

ISOLATED COLD CLOUD TOPS HAVE BEEN NOTED OVER THE ISLANDS OVER THE
COURSE OF THE AFTERNOON...REPRESENTING AREAS OF HEAVY SHOWERS. WHILE
MOST OF THE CLOUD TOPS OVER THE ISLANDS AND NEAR SHORE WATERS ARE IN
THE PROCESS OF WARMING...REPRESENTING A WEAKENING TREND TO THE
SHOWERS...A COUPLE OF AREAS OF COLD CLOUD TOPS ARE STILL NOTED. THE
COLDEST CLOUD TOPS ARE CURRENTLY NOTED OVER SOUTHEAST BIG ISLAND
SLOPES...WHERE CLOUD TOP TEMPERATURES NEAR -35 C CORRELATE TO CLOUD
TOPS NEAR 35 THOUSAND FEET. INFRARED IMAGERY SHOWS CLOUD TOPS
COOLING OVER INTERIOR AND SOUTHWEST OAHU OVER THE PAST HOUR OR SO...
ASSOCIATED WITH DEVELOPING SHOWERS THAT ARE SEEN BY RADAR.
ELSEWHERE...BROKEN TO LOCALLY OVERCAST SKIES ARE NOTED OVER THE
ISLANDS AND NEAR SHORE WATERS.

WATER VAPOR IMAGERY SHOWS A SHARP TROUGH ALOFT OVER THE ISLAND
CHAIN...WITH THE NORTHEAST TO SOUTHWEST ORIENTED TROUGH OVER MAUI
COUNTY...AND IS MOVING TOWARD THE SOUTHEAST AT 10 TO 15 MPH. WITH
THE TROUGH ALIGNED IN THIS MANNER...WINDS ALOFT OVER KAUAI AND OAHU
ARE FROM THE NORTHEAST...WHILE WINDS ALOFT OVER THE BIG ISLAND ARE
FROM THE SOUTHWEST. A RIDGE ALOFT IS SEEN TO THE DISTANT SOUTHEAST
OF THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS...AND SOUTHWESTERLY WINDS ALOFT BETWEEN
THE TROUGH AND THE RIDGE ARE LEADING TO UPPER LEVEL WINDS THAT ARE
NOT CONDUCIVE FOR THE FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OF A WESTWARD-MOVING
TROPICAL DISTURBANCE LOCATED ABOUT 400 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF
OAHU. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS...AS WELL AS LAYERED MID
AND HIGH LEVEL CLOUDS...ASSOCIATED WITH THIS DISTURBANCE ARE LOCATED
FROM 13N TO 19N BETWEEN 153W AND 160W.

WHILE THE ISLANDS LIE IN AN AREA OF RELATIVELY FEW LOW CLOUDS ON THE
LARGE SCALE...AN EAST TO WEST ORIENTED CLOUD BAND IS ABOUT 525 TO
600 MILES NORTH OF OAHU...SAGGING SOUTHWARD SLOWLY. ANOTHER CLUSTER
OF NEARLY STATIONARY LOW CLOUDS IS ABOUT 300 TO 400 MILES NORTH OF
MAUI COUNTY.

$$

BIRCHARD







000
ATHW40 PHFO 210534
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0530 UTC SUN SEP 21 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0500 UTC SEPTEMBER 21 2014

REGIONAL SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWS THAT WHILE THE MAIN HAWAIIAN
ISLANDS LIE IN AN AREA OF RELATIVELY FEW LOW CLOUDS...SKIES OVER
MOST ISLAND AREAS AND ADJACENT WATERS ARE MOSTLY CLOUDY. THE CLOUDS
DEVELOPED OVER THE ISLANDS LATE THIS MORNING AND DURING THE
AFTERNOON...IN RESPONSE TO SEA BREEZES CONVERGING OVER THE ISLANDS.

ISOLATED COLD CLOUD TOPS HAVE BEEN NOTED OVER THE ISLANDS OVER THE
COURSE OF THE AFTERNOON...REPRESENTING AREAS OF HEAVY SHOWERS. WHILE
MOST OF THE CLOUD TOPS OVER THE ISLANDS AND NEAR SHORE WATERS ARE IN
THE PROCESS OF WARMING...REPRESENTING A WEAKENING TREND TO THE
SHOWERS...A COUPLE OF AREAS OF COLD CLOUD TOPS ARE STILL NOTED. THE
COLDEST CLOUD TOPS ARE CURRENTLY NOTED OVER SOUTHEAST BIG ISLAND
SLOPES...WHERE CLOUD TOP TEMPERATURES NEAR -35 C CORRELATE TO CLOUD
TOPS NEAR 35 THOUSAND FEET. INFRARED IMAGERY SHOWS CLOUD TOPS
COOLING OVER INTERIOR AND SOUTHWEST OAHU OVER THE PAST HOUR OR SO...
ASSOCIATED WITH DEVELOPING SHOWERS THAT ARE SEEN BY RADAR.
ELSEWHERE...BROKEN TO LOCALLY OVERCAST SKIES ARE NOTED OVER THE
ISLANDS AND NEAR SHORE WATERS.

WATER VAPOR IMAGERY SHOWS A SHARP TROUGH ALOFT OVER THE ISLAND
CHAIN...WITH THE NORTHEAST TO SOUTHWEST ORIENTED TROUGH OVER MAUI
COUNTY...AND IS MOVING TOWARD THE SOUTHEAST AT 10 TO 15 MPH. WITH
THE TROUGH ALIGNED IN THIS MANNER...WINDS ALOFT OVER KAUAI AND OAHU
ARE FROM THE NORTHEAST...WHILE WINDS ALOFT OVER THE BIG ISLAND ARE
FROM THE SOUTHWEST. A RIDGE ALOFT IS SEEN TO THE DISTANT SOUTHEAST
OF THE MAIN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS...AND SOUTHWESTERLY WINDS ALOFT BETWEEN
THE TROUGH AND THE RIDGE ARE LEADING TO UPPER LEVEL WINDS THAT ARE
NOT CONDUCIVE FOR THE FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OF A WESTWARD-MOVING
TROPICAL DISTURBANCE LOCATED ABOUT 400 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF
OAHU. SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS...AS WELL AS LAYERED MID
AND HIGH LEVEL CLOUDS...ASSOCIATED WITH THIS DISTURBANCE ARE LOCATED
FROM 13N TO 19N BETWEEN 153W AND 160W.

WHILE THE ISLANDS LIE IN AN AREA OF RELATIVELY FEW LOW CLOUDS ON THE
LARGE SCALE...AN EAST TO WEST ORIENTED CLOUD BAND IS ABOUT 525 TO
600 MILES NORTH OF OAHU...SAGGING SOUTHWARD SLOWLY. ANOTHER CLUSTER
OF NEARLY STATIONARY LOW CLOUDS IS ABOUT 300 TO 400 MILES NORTH OF
MAUI COUNTY.

$$

BIRCHARD






000
ATHW40 PHFO 210027
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0030 UTC SUN SEP 21 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0000 UTC SEPTEMBER 21 2014

TWO HIGH PRESSURES FAR TO THE NORTHEAST AND NORTHWEST OF HAWAII ARE
SANDWICHING A FRONTAL BOUNDARY TO THE NORTH OF THE STATE. THE
BOUNDARY IS DENOTED BY OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS MOVING SLOWLY SOUTH
BETWEEN 25N TO 30N FROM 154W TO 170W. ANOTHER BOUNDARY RUNS NORTH TO
SOUTH ALONG 142W FROM 24N TO 30N WITH A 100-MILE WIDE BAND OF
OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS MOVING SLOWLY EAST. OTHERWISE... THE TWO HIGH
PRESSURES ARE MOVING SCATTERED TO BROKEN LOW CLOUDS WESTWARD ACROSS
THE BASIN.

THUNDERSTORMS ASSOCIATED WITH A TROUGH 400 MILES SOUTH OF HONOLULU
ARE MOVING 10 MPH TOWARD THE WEST WITH CLOUD TOPS FLARING TO 50
THOUSAND FEET. AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH IS PROVIDING SOME INSTABILITY
TO HELP THESE THUNDERSTORMS FORM. THE TROUGH IS LOCATED ALONG 30N
145W TO 20N 160W. IN THE DEEP TROPICS... SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS DOT
THE AREA BETWEEN 4N AND 12N FROM 140W TO THE DATELINE.

OVER HAWAII...SKIES HAVE BECOME MOSTLY CLOUDY THIS AFTERNOON WITH
SOME EMBEDDED HEAVY SHOWERS OVER THE EASTERN HALF OF THE STATE. OVER
THE BIG ISLAND SLOPES A FEW ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS HAVE FORMED IN
THE AFTERNOON WITH TOPS TO 40 THOUSAND FEET. OTHERWISE... COASTAL
WATERS HAVE PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE SOUTHERN
BIG ISLAND WATERS WHERE SKIES ARE CLOUDY DUE TO THE AFOREMENTIONED
TROUGH.

$$

MORRISON






000
ATHW40 PHFO 210027
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0030 UTC SUN SEP 21 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0000 UTC SEPTEMBER 21 2014

TWO HIGH PRESSURES FAR TO THE NORTHEAST AND NORTHWEST OF HAWAII ARE
SANDWICHING A FRONTAL BOUNDARY TO THE NORTH OF THE STATE. THE
BOUNDARY IS DENOTED BY OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS MOVING SLOWLY SOUTH
BETWEEN 25N TO 30N FROM 154W TO 170W. ANOTHER BOUNDARY RUNS NORTH TO
SOUTH ALONG 142W FROM 24N TO 30N WITH A 100-MILE WIDE BAND OF
OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS MOVING SLOWLY EAST. OTHERWISE... THE TWO HIGH
PRESSURES ARE MOVING SCATTERED TO BROKEN LOW CLOUDS WESTWARD ACROSS
THE BASIN.

THUNDERSTORMS ASSOCIATED WITH A TROUGH 400 MILES SOUTH OF HONOLULU
ARE MOVING 10 MPH TOWARD THE WEST WITH CLOUD TOPS FLARING TO 50
THOUSAND FEET. AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH IS PROVIDING SOME INSTABILITY
TO HELP THESE THUNDERSTORMS FORM. THE TROUGH IS LOCATED ALONG 30N
145W TO 20N 160W. IN THE DEEP TROPICS... SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS DOT
THE AREA BETWEEN 4N AND 12N FROM 140W TO THE DATELINE.

OVER HAWAII...SKIES HAVE BECOME MOSTLY CLOUDY THIS AFTERNOON WITH
SOME EMBEDDED HEAVY SHOWERS OVER THE EASTERN HALF OF THE STATE. OVER
THE BIG ISLAND SLOPES A FEW ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS HAVE FORMED IN
THE AFTERNOON WITH TOPS TO 40 THOUSAND FEET. OTHERWISE... COASTAL
WATERS HAVE PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE SOUTHERN
BIG ISLAND WATERS WHERE SKIES ARE CLOUDY DUE TO THE AFOREMENTIONED
TROUGH.

$$

MORRISON







000
ATHW40 PHFO 201836
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1830 UTC SAT SEP 20 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1800 UTC SEPTEMBER 20 2014

TWO HIGH PRESSURES FAR TO THE NORTHEAST AND NORTHWEST ARE
SANDWICHING A FRONTAL BOUNDARY TO THE NORTH. THE BOUNDARY IS DENOTED
BY OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS MOVING SLOWLY SOUTH BETWEEN 27N TO 30N FROM
154W TO 170W. ANOTHER BOUNDARY RUNS NORTH TO SOUTH ALONG 143W FROM
24N TO 30N WITH A 100-MILE WIDE BAND OF OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS MOVING
SLOWLY EAST. OTHERWISE... THE TWO HIGH PRESSURES ARE MOVING
SCATTERED TO BROKEN LOW CLOUDS WESTWARD ACROSS THE AREA.

THUNDERSTORMS ASSOCIATED WITH A TROUGH 400 MILES SOUTH OF HONOLULU
ARE MOVING 10 MPH TOWARD THE WEST WITH CLOUD TOPS FLARING TO 50
THOUSAND FEET. AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH IS PROVIDING SOME INSTABILITY
TO HELP THESE THUNDERSTORMS FORM. THE TROUGH IS LOCATED ALONG 30N
145W TO 20N 160W. IN THE DEEP TROPICS... SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS DOT
THE AREA BETWEEN 4N AND 12N FROM 140W TO THE DATELINE.

OVER HAWAII...SKIES ARE MOSTLY CLEAR THIS MORNING WITH THE
EXCEPTION OF PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES OVER THE WINDWARD AND SOUTHEAST
BIG ISLAND AND THE HANA AREA ON MAUI. OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS COVER THE
COASTAL WATERS WEST OF THE BIG ISLAND AND SOUTH OF MAUI COUNTY.
OTHERWISE... COASTAL WATERS HAVE PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES.

$$

MORRISON







000
ATHW40 PHFO 201836
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1830 UTC SAT SEP 20 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1800 UTC SEPTEMBER 20 2014

TWO HIGH PRESSURES FAR TO THE NORTHEAST AND NORTHWEST ARE
SANDWICHING A FRONTAL BOUNDARY TO THE NORTH. THE BOUNDARY IS DENOTED
BY OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS MOVING SLOWLY SOUTH BETWEEN 27N TO 30N FROM
154W TO 170W. ANOTHER BOUNDARY RUNS NORTH TO SOUTH ALONG 143W FROM
24N TO 30N WITH A 100-MILE WIDE BAND OF OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS MOVING
SLOWLY EAST. OTHERWISE... THE TWO HIGH PRESSURES ARE MOVING
SCATTERED TO BROKEN LOW CLOUDS WESTWARD ACROSS THE AREA.

THUNDERSTORMS ASSOCIATED WITH A TROUGH 400 MILES SOUTH OF HONOLULU
ARE MOVING 10 MPH TOWARD THE WEST WITH CLOUD TOPS FLARING TO 50
THOUSAND FEET. AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH IS PROVIDING SOME INSTABILITY
TO HELP THESE THUNDERSTORMS FORM. THE TROUGH IS LOCATED ALONG 30N
145W TO 20N 160W. IN THE DEEP TROPICS... SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS DOT
THE AREA BETWEEN 4N AND 12N FROM 140W TO THE DATELINE.

OVER HAWAII...SKIES ARE MOSTLY CLEAR THIS MORNING WITH THE
EXCEPTION OF PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES OVER THE WINDWARD AND SOUTHEAST
BIG ISLAND AND THE HANA AREA ON MAUI. OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS COVER THE
COASTAL WATERS WEST OF THE BIG ISLAND AND SOUTH OF MAUI COUNTY.
OTHERWISE... COASTAL WATERS HAVE PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES.

$$

MORRISON






000
ATHW40 PHFO 201231
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1230 UTC SAT SEP 20 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1200 UTC SEPTEMBER 20 2014

LATEST WATER VAPOR IMAGERY SHOWS AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH NE OF THE
STATE...WITH AN AXIS FROM 30N 144W TO 21N 151W. AN ASSOCIATED FIELD
OF PATCHY THIN CIRRUS AND CIRROCUMULUS CLOUDS IS LOCATED N OF 22N
FROM 140W TO 147W.

MEANWHILE...A COUPLE OF TROPICAL DISTURBANCES ARE PRODUCING TWO
AREAS OF BROKEN TO OVERCAST LAYERED AND CONVECTIVE CLOUDS. ONE
EXTENDS BETWEEN 10N TO 16N AND 140W TO 150W...AND THE SECOND AREA
FROM 10N TO THE BIG ISLAND BETWEEN 150W TO 158W. AN ASSOCIATED LARGE
CLUSTER OF ACTIVE THUNDERSTORMS IS CENTERED AROUND 12.5N 155.2W...OR
ABOUT 450 MILES S OF THE BIG ISLAND...WITH CLOUD TOPS REACHING 52
THOUSAND FEET.

CLOSER TO THE ISLANDS...BROKEN TO LOCALLY OVERCAST LOW/MID LEVEL
CLOUD DECKS REMAIN OVER MUCH OF THE BIG ISLAND. SMALL PASSING
SHOWERS CAN BE OBSERVED OVER WINDWARD LOCATIONS NEAR KAPOHO AND THE
SE SLOPES OF MAUNA LOA. A FEW SHOWERS LINGER OVER THE N KOHALA
DISTRICT. ON MAUI COUNTY...MAINLY SCATTERED LOW CLOUDS PREVAIL WITH
PATCHES OF LINGERING BROKEN LOW CLOUDS OVER WINDWARD MAUI...THE SE
SLOPES OF HALEAKALA...AND ALONG THE N COASTLINE OF MOLOKAI. ON
OAHU...PATCHES OF BROKEN LOW CLOUDS LINGER ACROSS THE WINDWARD
COASTLINE FROM HAUULA TO TURTLE BAY...AND THE KOOLAU MOUNTAINS.
BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS WITH A FEW SHOWERS REMAIN OVER
PORTIONS OF THE WAIANAE RANGE. THE REST OF OAHU REMAINS UNDER
GENERALLY SCATTERED LOW/MID LEVEL CLOUDS. ON KAUAI COUNTY...LOCALLY
BROKEN LOW CLOUDS CAN STILL BE OBSERVED OVER INTERIOR AND LEEWARD
AREAS OF KAUAI.

ELSEWHERE...SCATTERED TO LOCALLY BROKEN CUMULUS AND STRATOCUMULUS
CLOUDS CAN BE OBSERVED ACROSS THE AREA N OF 10N WITH INDIVIDUAL
CLOUD ELEMENTS MOVING W AT AROUND 10 MPH.

FAR S OF THE ISLAND CHAIN...DEEP CONVECTION WITH EMBEDDED
THUNDERSTORMS EXTENDS ALONG THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE...OR
ITCZ...BETWEEN 02N TO 09N WITH CLOUD TOPS REACHING 49 THOUSAND
FEET.


$$

REYNES








000
ATHW40 PHFO 200531
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0530 UTC SAT SEP 20 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0500 UTC SEPTEMBER 20 2014

LATEST WATER VAPOR IMAGERY SHOWS AN UPPER LEVEL TROUGH NE OF THE
STATE...WITH AN AXIS AROUND FROM 30N 147W TO 21N 154W. AN ASSOCIATED
FIELD OF PATCHY THIN CIRRUS AND CIRROCUMULUS CLOUDS IS LOCATED N OF
27N FROM 140W TO 146W.

MEANWHILE...A LARGE AREA OF BROKEN TO OVERCAST LAYERED CLOUDS CAN BE
OBSERVED ABOUT 450 MILES S/SE OF THE BIG ISLAND...ASSOCIATED WITH A
LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM. A SECOND WEAKER LOW REMAINS AROUND 620 MILES
SE OF HILO WITH SCATTERED CUMULUS AND CUMULONIMBUS CLOUDS EMBEDDED
WITHIN THE LAYERED CLOUDS. A SMALL CLUSTER OF ACTIVE THUNDERSTORMS
IS CENTERED AROUND 11.1N 153.6W...OR ABOUT 600 MILES S OF
HILO...WITH CLOUD TOPS REACHING 44 THOUSAND FEET.

CLOSER TO THE ISLANDS...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS REMAIN OVER
MUCH OF THE BIG ISLAND WITH LOCALIZED HEAVY SHOWERS AFFECTING THE
SADDLE AREA AND THE INTERIOR SLOPES OF MAUNA LOA. SCATTERED SHOWERS
ALSO LINGER OVER THE N KOHALA DISTRICT...AND THE LEEWARD COASTLINE
FROM CAPTAIN COOK TO MILOLII. ON MAUI COUNTY...BROKEN LOW CLOUDS
COVER THE LEEWARD AND INTERIOR SLOPES OF HALEAKALA WITH LINGERING
SHOWERS AROUND ULUPALAKUA. ADDITIONAL PATCHES OF BROKEN LOW CLOUDS
AND PASSING SHOWERS CAN BE OBSERVED NEAR HANA AND HAMOA. SCATTERED
TO LOCALLY BROKEN LOW CLOUDS ALSO LINGER OVER THE W MAUI MOUNTAINS.
BROKEN LOW CLOUDS COVER MUCH OF THE E HALF OF MOLOKAI...LEEWARD
LANAI AND MOST OF KAHOOLAWE. ON OAHU...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS
WITH LOCALIZED HEAVY SHOWERS LINGER ACROSS WINDWARD AREAS FROM
KAHUKU TO KANEOHE. BROKEN LOW CLOUDS WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS PREVAIL
OVER CENTRAL AND SE AREAS...INCLUDING THE HONOLULU METRO AREA. ON
KAUAI COUNTY...BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS WITH LOCALIZED HEAVY
SHOWERS COVER MOST OF KAUAI.

ELSEWHERE...SCATTERED TO LOCALLY BROKEN CUMULUS AND STRATOCUMULUS
CLOUDS CAN BE OBSERVED ACROSS THE AREA N OF 10N WITH INDIVIDUAL
CLOUD ELEMENTS MOVING W AT AROUND 10 MPH.

FAR S OF THE ISLAND CHAIN...DEEP CONVECTION WITH EMBEDDED
THUNDERSTORMS EXTENDS ALONG THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE...OR
ITCZ...BETWEEN 02N TO 08N WITH CLOUD TOPS REACHING 50 THOUSAND
FEET.


$$

REYNES







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