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Hawaiian Islands Satellite Interpetation Message

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ATHW40 PHFO 301200
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
1200 UTC THU OCT 30 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 1130 UTC OCTOBER 30 2014

ACROSS THE ALOHA STATE THIS EARLY MORNING...LOW CEILINGS...SOME WITH
ACCOMPANYING SHOWERS...ARE FAVORING WINDWARD AND MAUKA SECTIONS ON
THE INDIVIDUAL ISLES. LEEWARD AREAS ARE PREDOMINANTLY CLEAR TO
PARTLY CLOUDY. LOW CLOUD MOVEMENT IS FROM THE NORTHEAST TO EAST-
NORTHEAST AT 20 TO 25 MPH STATEWIDE...WITH HIGHER SPEEDS MOVING IN
FROM THE NORTH AND WEST.

PATCHES OF BROKEN LOW CLOUDS ARE NORTH AND NORTHEAST OF KAUAI AND
OAHU AS OF BULLETIN TIME...AND MOVING ALONG WITH THE PREVAILING
TRADE FLOW. SCATTERED TO BROKEN LOW CLOUDINESS IS AT SOME DISTANCE
NORTHEAST OF THE BIG ISLAND...WHILE A BAND OF HIGH CLOUDS IS
PRODUCING CEILINGS JUST SOUTHEAST AND SOUTH OF THE ISLE. CONDITIONS
ELSEWHERE ARE CLEAR TO SCATTERED OVER THE ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS.

THE CLOUDS JUST UPWIND FROM KAUAI AND OAHU ARE ADVANCE ELEMENTS OF A
FRONT THAT APPEARS TO BE ABOUT 50 MILES NORTH OF KAUAI AS OF THIS
WRITING. THE FRONT...WHOSE SOUTHERN EDGE IS CURRENTLY ALONG A LINE
FROM 30N137W TO 24.5N150W TO 23N160W TO 24N170W...HAS BEEN PUSHING
TOWARD THE SOUTH AND SOUTH-SOUTHWEST NEAR 10 MPH. ISOLATED
THUNDERSTORMS HAVE RECENTLY BEEN OCCURRING ALONG THE FRONT FROM 23N
TO 24N BETWEEN 164W AND 168W AS AN UPPER TROUGH MORE THAN 400 MILES
NORTH OF OAHU CONTINUES TO MOVE SOUTH.

THE EFFECTS OF A WEATHER SYSTEM WEST OF THE DATE LINE ARE ALSO
BEING FELT TO THE EAST OF 180. AREAS OF BROKEN TO OVERCAST
MULTILAYERED CLOUDS...SHOWERS...AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE EVIDENT NORTH
OF 21N WEST OF 173W. ALTHOUGH MUCH OF THE SIGNIFICANT WEATHER HAS
ENDED FOR THE MOMENT AT MIDWAY ATOLL...WINDS REMAIN STRONG FROM THE
SOUTHEAST AT 25 TO 30 MPH...WITH OCCASIONAL GUSTS GREATER THAN 35
MPH.

THE MOST INTENSE CONVECTION ALONG THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE
REMAINS FAR SOUTHEAST OF THE BIG ISLAND. FROM TIME TO TIME...
THUNDERSTORMS HAVE BEEN CLIMBING TO OVER 50 THOUSAND FEET IN THE
AREA FROM 06N TO 09N BETWEEN 143W AND 146W.

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KINEL




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