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000
ATHW40 PHFO 180500
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0500 UTC FRI APR 18 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0430 UTC APRIL 18 2014

HIGH CLOUDS STREAKING FROM THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST HAVE BEEN MOVING
OVER THE ISLES AND ADJACENT WATERS FROM MOLOKAI TO THE BIG ISLAND
THIS EARLY EVENING.  MOST OF THE CLOUDINESS IS DEBRIS FROM
CONVECTION THAT HAS BEEN OCCURRING IN THE DEEP TROPICS.

BELOW THE CIRRUS CLOUDS...LOW CEILINGS ARE CONCENTRATED OVER
WINDWARD AND MAUKA SECTIONS ON THE INDIVIDUAL ISLES.  SOME OF THE
BROKEN CLOUDINESS HAS BEEN MAKING ITS WAY OVER LEEWARD AREAS OF THE
SMALLER ISLANDS AND WEST MAUI AS WELL.  BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW
CLOUDS HAVE ALSO BEEN EVIDENT OVER THE WEST-FACING SLOPES OF
HALEAKALA IN EAST MAUI...AND COASTAL AND UPSLOPE PARTS OF KONA AND
SOUTH KOHALA ON THE BIG ISLAND.  LOW CLOUD MOVEMENT IS FROM THE EAST
TO EAST-NORTHEAST AT 15 TO 20 MPH ACROSS MOST OF THE ALOHA STATE...
THOUGH SPEEDS ARE 20 TO 25 MPH EAST CLOCKWISE THROUGH SOUTH OF THE
BIG ISLAND AS OF BULLETIN TIME.

IN THE ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS...LOW CLOUDS...A MIX OF STABLE AND
SHOWERY ELEMENTS...ARE PREDOMINANTLY SCATTERED...WITH SMALL PATCHES
OF BROKEN LOW CLOUDS RANDOMLY DISTRIBUTED OVER THE AREA.  ON THE
OTHER HAND...A NORTH-NORTHEAST TO SOUTH-SOUTHWEST ORIENTED BAND OF
BROKEN SHOWERY LOW CLOUDS IS APPROACHING THE BIG ISLAND FROM THE
EAST.

IN THE UPPER AIR ABOVE 25 THOUSAND FEET...THE AXIS OF A NORTH-
NORTHEAST-TO-SOUTH-SOUTHWEST ORIENTED TROUGH IS ROUGHLY ALONG A LINE
FROM 23N156W TO JUST WEST OF OAHU TO 13N167W...AND HAS BEEN DRIFTING
WEST.  THE WINDS ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE FEATURE ARE FROM THE SOUTH
AND SOUTHWEST...AND IT/S THESE WINDS THAT HAVE BEEN CARRYING THE
HIGH CLOUDS TOWARD THE NORTH AND NORTHEAST OVER THE ISLANDS.

THE LEADING EDGE OF BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS WITH A FRONT IS
ABOUT 720 MILES NORTHWEST OF KAUAI AT THE MOMENT...AND HAS BEEN
PUSHING EAST NEAR 20 MPH ALONG 30N.  LOW CLOUDS TO THE WEST OF THE
LEADING EDGE ARE OVERCAST AT THE MIDWAY ATOLL OBSERVATION SITE...AND
WINDS ARE FROM THE NORTHEAST NEAR 10 MPH.

ALONG THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE FAR SOUTH OF HAWAII...
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS HAVE BEEN FIRING FROM 03N TO 06N EAST OF
142W...AND SOUTH OF 04N WEST OF 170W.

$$

KINEL






000
ATHW40 PHFO 180500
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0500 UTC FRI APR 18 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0430 UTC APRIL 18 2014

HIGH CLOUDS STREAKING FROM THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST HAVE BEEN MOVING
OVER THE ISLES AND ADJACENT WATERS FROM MOLOKAI TO THE BIG ISLAND
THIS EARLY EVENING.  MOST OF THE CLOUDINESS IS DEBRIS FROM
CONVECTION THAT HAS BEEN OCCURRING IN THE DEEP TROPICS.

BELOW THE CIRRUS CLOUDS...LOW CEILINGS ARE CONCENTRATED OVER
WINDWARD AND MAUKA SECTIONS ON THE INDIVIDUAL ISLES.  SOME OF THE
BROKEN CLOUDINESS HAS BEEN MAKING ITS WAY OVER LEEWARD AREAS OF THE
SMALLER ISLANDS AND WEST MAUI AS WELL.  BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW
CLOUDS HAVE ALSO BEEN EVIDENT OVER THE WEST-FACING SLOPES OF
HALEAKALA IN EAST MAUI...AND COASTAL AND UPSLOPE PARTS OF KONA AND
SOUTH KOHALA ON THE BIG ISLAND.  LOW CLOUD MOVEMENT IS FROM THE EAST
TO EAST-NORTHEAST AT 15 TO 20 MPH ACROSS MOST OF THE ALOHA STATE...
THOUGH SPEEDS ARE 20 TO 25 MPH EAST CLOCKWISE THROUGH SOUTH OF THE
BIG ISLAND AS OF BULLETIN TIME.

IN THE ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS...LOW CLOUDS...A MIX OF STABLE AND
SHOWERY ELEMENTS...ARE PREDOMINANTLY SCATTERED...WITH SMALL PATCHES
OF BROKEN LOW CLOUDS RANDOMLY DISTRIBUTED OVER THE AREA.  ON THE
OTHER HAND...A NORTH-NORTHEAST TO SOUTH-SOUTHWEST ORIENTED BAND OF
BROKEN SHOWERY LOW CLOUDS IS APPROACHING THE BIG ISLAND FROM THE
EAST.

IN THE UPPER AIR ABOVE 25 THOUSAND FEET...THE AXIS OF A NORTH-
NORTHEAST-TO-SOUTH-SOUTHWEST ORIENTED TROUGH IS ROUGHLY ALONG A LINE
FROM 23N156W TO JUST WEST OF OAHU TO 13N167W...AND HAS BEEN DRIFTING
WEST.  THE WINDS ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE FEATURE ARE FROM THE SOUTH
AND SOUTHWEST...AND IT/S THESE WINDS THAT HAVE BEEN CARRYING THE
HIGH CLOUDS TOWARD THE NORTH AND NORTHEAST OVER THE ISLANDS.

THE LEADING EDGE OF BROKEN TO OVERCAST LOW CLOUDS WITH A FRONT IS
ABOUT 720 MILES NORTHWEST OF KAUAI AT THE MOMENT...AND HAS BEEN
PUSHING EAST NEAR 20 MPH ALONG 30N.  LOW CLOUDS TO THE WEST OF THE
LEADING EDGE ARE OVERCAST AT THE MIDWAY ATOLL OBSERVATION SITE...AND
WINDS ARE FROM THE NORTHEAST NEAR 10 MPH.

ALONG THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE FAR SOUTH OF HAWAII...
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS HAVE BEEN FIRING FROM 03N TO 06N EAST OF
142W...AND SOUTH OF 04N WEST OF 170W.

$$

KINEL







000
ATHW40 PHFO 180025
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0030 UTC FRI APR 18 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0000 UTC APRIL 18 2014

WATER VAPOR IMAGERY SHOWS AN NORTHEAST THROUGH SOUTHWEST ORIENTED
UPPER LEVEL TROUGH THAT IS CENTERED ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE.
SOUTHERLY FLOW ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE TROUGH IS DRAWING UP A BROAD
SWATH IF MOSTLY CIRRUS CLOUDS WITH THERE ORIGINS FROM CONVECTION
DOWN IN THE DEEP TROPICS. THE WESTERN EDGE OF THESE CLOUDS ARE
MOVING UP OVER THE BIG ISLAND WITH A BIT LESS IN HIGH CLOUDS MOVING
OVER MAUI. HE OVERALL TREND OF THESE HIGH CLOUDS IS SHOWING A
WESTWARD DRIFT TO THEM.

SCATTERED TO LOCALLY BROKEN LOW CLOUDS ARE SEEN MOVING WESTWARD IN A
MODERATE TRADE WIND ENVIRONMENT. THIS IS PRIMARILY CAUSING A TYPICAL
WINDWARD AND MAUKA DISTRIBUTION OF CLOUDS OVER THE ISLANDS
THEMSELVES. OVER KAUAI LOW CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP EASTERN AND INTERIOR
AREAS WHILE MOST LEEWARD LOCATIONS BEING CLOUD FREE. OVER OAHU LOW
CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP OVER THE SLOPES AND SUMMITS OF BOTH THE KOOLAU
AND WAIANAE MOUNTAIN RANGES WITH A FEW PATCHES OF LOW CLOUDS BEING
BLOWN OVER THE LEEWARD AREAS AT TIMES. MOST OF EASTERN MOLOKAI WAS
CLOUD COVERED WITH A FEW PATCHES SEEN OVER INTERIOR LANAI. OVER
MAUI LOW CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP OVER THE SLOPES OF HALEAKALA AS WELL
AS OVER THE SLOPES AND SUMMITS OF THE WEST MAUI MOUNTAINS. OVER THE
BIG ISLAND LOW CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP OVER THE WINDWARD SLOPES FROM
NORTH KOHALA SOUTHWARD THROUGH THE HILO AND PUNA DISTRICTS. DAYTIME
HEATING HAS CAUSED LOW CLOUDS TO BUILD UP OVER PORTIONS OF THE KONA
AND KAU SLOPES.

$$

BURKE






000
ATHW40 PHFO 180025
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0030 UTC FRI APR 18 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0000 UTC APRIL 18 2014

WATER VAPOR IMAGERY SHOWS AN NORTHEAST THROUGH SOUTHWEST ORIENTED
UPPER LEVEL TROUGH THAT IS CENTERED ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE.
SOUTHERLY FLOW ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE TROUGH IS DRAWING UP A BROAD
SWATH IF MOSTLY CIRRUS CLOUDS WITH THERE ORIGINS FROM CONVECTION
DOWN IN THE DEEP TROPICS. THE WESTERN EDGE OF THESE CLOUDS ARE
MOVING UP OVER THE BIG ISLAND WITH A BIT LESS IN HIGH CLOUDS MOVING
OVER MAUI. HE OVERALL TREND OF THESE HIGH CLOUDS IS SHOWING A
WESTWARD DRIFT TO THEM.

SCATTERED TO LOCALLY BROKEN LOW CLOUDS ARE SEEN MOVING WESTWARD IN A
MODERATE TRADE WIND ENVIRONMENT. THIS IS PRIMARILY CAUSING A TYPICAL
WINDWARD AND MAUKA DISTRIBUTION OF CLOUDS OVER THE ISLANDS
THEMSELVES. OVER KAUAI LOW CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP EASTERN AND INTERIOR
AREAS WHILE MOST LEEWARD LOCATIONS BEING CLOUD FREE. OVER OAHU LOW
CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP OVER THE SLOPES AND SUMMITS OF BOTH THE KOOLAU
AND WAIANAE MOUNTAIN RANGES WITH A FEW PATCHES OF LOW CLOUDS BEING
BLOWN OVER THE LEEWARD AREAS AT TIMES. MOST OF EASTERN MOLOKAI WAS
CLOUD COVERED WITH A FEW PATCHES SEEN OVER INTERIOR LANAI. OVER
MAUI LOW CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP OVER THE SLOPES OF HALEAKALA AS WELL
AS OVER THE SLOPES AND SUMMITS OF THE WEST MAUI MOUNTAINS. OVER THE
BIG ISLAND LOW CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP OVER THE WINDWARD SLOPES FROM
NORTH KOHALA SOUTHWARD THROUGH THE HILO AND PUNA DISTRICTS. DAYTIME
HEATING HAS CAUSED LOW CLOUDS TO BUILD UP OVER PORTIONS OF THE KONA
AND KAU SLOPES.

$$

BURKE







000
ATHW40 PHFO 171841
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1830 UTC THU APR 17 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1800 UTC APRIL 17 2014

WATER VAPOR IMAGERY SHOWS AN NORTHEAST THROUGH SOUTHWEST ORIENTED
UPPER LEVEL TROUGH THAT IS CENTERED ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE.
SOUTHERLY FLOW ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE TROUGH IS DRAWING UP A BROAD
SWATH IF MOSTLY CIRRUS CLOUDS WITH THERE ORIGINS FROM CONVECTION
DOWN IN THE DEEP TROPICS. THE WESTERN EDGE OF THESE CLOUDS ARE
MOVING UP OVER THE BIG ISLAND ESPECIALLY OVER SOUTHERN AND EASTERN
SECTIONS. THE OVERALL TREND OF THESE HIGH CLOUDS IS SHOWING A
WESTWARD DRIFT TO THEM.

SCATTERED TO LOCALLY BROKEN LOW CLOUDS ARE SEEN MOVING WESTWARD IN A
MODERATE TRADE WIND ENVIRONMENT. THIS IS PRIMARILY CAUSING A TYPICAL
WINDWARD AND MAUKA DISTRIBUTION OF CLOUDS OVER THE ISLANDS
THEMSELVES. OVER KAUAI LOW CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP EASTERN AND INTERIOR
AREAS WHILE MOST LEEWARD LOCATIONS BEING CLOUD FREE. OVER OAHU LOW
CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP OVER THE SLOPES AND SUMMITS OF THE KOOLAU RANGE
WITH A FEW PATCHES OF LOW CLOUDS OVER THE WAIANAE MOUNTAINS. MOST OF
EASTERN MOLOKAI WAS CLOUD COVERED WITH A FEW PATCHES SEEN OVER
NORTHEAST LANAI. OVER MAUI LOW CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP OVER THE
NORTHERN AND EASTERN SLOPES OF HALEAKALA AS WELL AS OVER THE SLOPES
AND SUMMITS OF THE WEST MAUI MOUNTAINS. OVER THE BIG ISLAND LOW
CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP OVER PORTIONS OF THE WINDWARD SLOPES FROM NORTH
KOHALA SOUTHWARD THROUGH THE HILO AND PUNA DISTRICTS. A FEW PATCHES
OF LOW CLOUDS ARE ALSO SEEN OVER THE KONA AND KAU SLOPES.

$$

BURKE







000
ATHW40 PHFO 171841
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1830 UTC THU APR 17 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1800 UTC APRIL 17 2014

WATER VAPOR IMAGERY SHOWS AN NORTHEAST THROUGH SOUTHWEST ORIENTED
UPPER LEVEL TROUGH THAT IS CENTERED ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE.
SOUTHERLY FLOW ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE TROUGH IS DRAWING UP A BROAD
SWATH IF MOSTLY CIRRUS CLOUDS WITH THERE ORIGINS FROM CONVECTION
DOWN IN THE DEEP TROPICS. THE WESTERN EDGE OF THESE CLOUDS ARE
MOVING UP OVER THE BIG ISLAND ESPECIALLY OVER SOUTHERN AND EASTERN
SECTIONS. THE OVERALL TREND OF THESE HIGH CLOUDS IS SHOWING A
WESTWARD DRIFT TO THEM.

SCATTERED TO LOCALLY BROKEN LOW CLOUDS ARE SEEN MOVING WESTWARD IN A
MODERATE TRADE WIND ENVIRONMENT. THIS IS PRIMARILY CAUSING A TYPICAL
WINDWARD AND MAUKA DISTRIBUTION OF CLOUDS OVER THE ISLANDS
THEMSELVES. OVER KAUAI LOW CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP EASTERN AND INTERIOR
AREAS WHILE MOST LEEWARD LOCATIONS BEING CLOUD FREE. OVER OAHU LOW
CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP OVER THE SLOPES AND SUMMITS OF THE KOOLAU RANGE
WITH A FEW PATCHES OF LOW CLOUDS OVER THE WAIANAE MOUNTAINS. MOST OF
EASTERN MOLOKAI WAS CLOUD COVERED WITH A FEW PATCHES SEEN OVER
NORTHEAST LANAI. OVER MAUI LOW CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP OVER THE
NORTHERN AND EASTERN SLOPES OF HALEAKALA AS WELL AS OVER THE SLOPES
AND SUMMITS OF THE WEST MAUI MOUNTAINS. OVER THE BIG ISLAND LOW
CLOUDS ARE BANKED UP OVER PORTIONS OF THE WINDWARD SLOPES FROM NORTH
KOHALA SOUTHWARD THROUGH THE HILO AND PUNA DISTRICTS. A FEW PATCHES
OF LOW CLOUDS ARE ALSO SEEN OVER THE KONA AND KAU SLOPES.

$$

BURKE






000
ATHW40 PHFO 171200
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1200 UTC THU APR 17 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1130 UTC APRIL 17 2014

LOW CEILINGS...SOME WITH ACCOMPANYING SHOWERS...HAVE BEEN AT LEAST
INTERMITTENT OVER WINDWARD AND MAUKA SECTIONS ON THE INDIVIDUAL
ISLES THIS EARLY MORNING.  THIS HAS ESPECIALLY BEEN THE CASE OVER
OAHU...EAST MAUI...AND THE BIG ISLAND AS OF BULLETIN TIME.  LEEWARD
AREAS ARE PREDOMINANTLY CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY.  LOW CLOUD MOVEMENT
IS FROM THE EAST-NORTHEAST NEAR 25 MPH ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE.

A SMALL CLUSTER OF BROKEN SHOWERY LOW CLOUDS EXISTS OVER AND
IMMEDIATELY EAST OF THE BIG ISLAND AND IS HEADING WEST-SOUTHWEST ON
THE PREVAILING TRADE FLOW.  SKIES ARE OTHERWISE CLEAR TO SCATTERED
OVER THE ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS.

SINCE LAST EVENING...THERE HAVE BEEN SUBTLE CHANGES IN THE
ATMOSPHERE ABOVE 25 THOUSAND FEET...ACCORDING TO THE MOST RECENT
WATER VAPOR IMAGES.  THE AXIS OF A TROUGH IS ROUGHLY ALONG A LINE
FROM 23N153W TO JUST OVER MAUI COUNTY TO 15N166W.  THE SOUTHERN
PORTION OF THE SYSTEM HAS BEEN DRIFTING WEST AND APPEARS TO BE
CONSOLIDATING THERE...WHILE THE NORTHERN SEGMENT HAS BEEN NEARLY
STATIONARY AND WEAKENING.  UPPER WINDS EAST OF THE TROUGH AXIS ARE
FROM THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST...AND HIGH CLOUDS...DEBRIS FROM
CONVECTION THAT HAS BEEN OCCURRING FAR SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST OF
HAWAII...HAVE BEEN RIDING THESE WINDS TOWARD THE NORTH AND
NORTHEAST.  SOME CIRRUS ELEMENTS ARE OCCASIONALLY GETTING WITHIN 20
MILES EAST OF THE BIG ISLAND.

A FRONT FAR WEST OF THE STATE HAS CROSSED THE DATE LINE NEAR 30N AS
OF BULLETIN TIME.  THE FEATURE IS STILL ONLY PERIPHERALLY AFFECTING
MIDWAY ATOLL...WITH MAINLY HIGH CLOUD CEILINGS AND WINDS FROM THE
SOUTHWEST NEAR 10 MPH AS OF THIS WRITING.

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS HAVE INCREASED IN NUMBER AND INTENSITY
OVER THE PAST SEVEN HOURS ALONG THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE
FAR SOUTH OF HAWAII.  MOST OF THE CONVECTION HAS BEEN FIRING FROM
03N TO 08N EAST OF 165W.  MORE ACTIVITY IS OCCURRING SOUTH OF 03N
WEST OF 174W.

$$

KINEL






000
ATHW40 PHFO 171200
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1200 UTC THU APR 17 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1130 UTC APRIL 17 2014

LOW CEILINGS...SOME WITH ACCOMPANYING SHOWERS...HAVE BEEN AT LEAST
INTERMITTENT OVER WINDWARD AND MAUKA SECTIONS ON THE INDIVIDUAL
ISLES THIS EARLY MORNING.  THIS HAS ESPECIALLY BEEN THE CASE OVER
OAHU...EAST MAUI...AND THE BIG ISLAND AS OF BULLETIN TIME.  LEEWARD
AREAS ARE PREDOMINANTLY CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY.  LOW CLOUD MOVEMENT
IS FROM THE EAST-NORTHEAST NEAR 25 MPH ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE.

A SMALL CLUSTER OF BROKEN SHOWERY LOW CLOUDS EXISTS OVER AND
IMMEDIATELY EAST OF THE BIG ISLAND AND IS HEADING WEST-SOUTHWEST ON
THE PREVAILING TRADE FLOW.  SKIES ARE OTHERWISE CLEAR TO SCATTERED
OVER THE ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS.

SINCE LAST EVENING...THERE HAVE BEEN SUBTLE CHANGES IN THE
ATMOSPHERE ABOVE 25 THOUSAND FEET...ACCORDING TO THE MOST RECENT
WATER VAPOR IMAGES.  THE AXIS OF A TROUGH IS ROUGHLY ALONG A LINE
FROM 23N153W TO JUST OVER MAUI COUNTY TO 15N166W.  THE SOUTHERN
PORTION OF THE SYSTEM HAS BEEN DRIFTING WEST AND APPEARS TO BE
CONSOLIDATING THERE...WHILE THE NORTHERN SEGMENT HAS BEEN NEARLY
STATIONARY AND WEAKENING.  UPPER WINDS EAST OF THE TROUGH AXIS ARE
FROM THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST...AND HIGH CLOUDS...DEBRIS FROM
CONVECTION THAT HAS BEEN OCCURRING FAR SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST OF
HAWAII...HAVE BEEN RIDING THESE WINDS TOWARD THE NORTH AND
NORTHEAST.  SOME CIRRUS ELEMENTS ARE OCCASIONALLY GETTING WITHIN 20
MILES EAST OF THE BIG ISLAND.

A FRONT FAR WEST OF THE STATE HAS CROSSED THE DATE LINE NEAR 30N AS
OF BULLETIN TIME.  THE FEATURE IS STILL ONLY PERIPHERALLY AFFECTING
MIDWAY ATOLL...WITH MAINLY HIGH CLOUD CEILINGS AND WINDS FROM THE
SOUTHWEST NEAR 10 MPH AS OF THIS WRITING.

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS HAVE INCREASED IN NUMBER AND INTENSITY
OVER THE PAST SEVEN HOURS ALONG THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE
FAR SOUTH OF HAWAII.  MOST OF THE CONVECTION HAS BEEN FIRING FROM
03N TO 08N EAST OF 165W.  MORE ACTIVITY IS OCCURRING SOUTH OF 03N
WEST OF 174W.

$$

KINEL







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