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Hawaiian Islands Satellite Interpetation Message

870
ATHW40 PHFO 290026
SIMHI

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS SATELLITE INTERPRETATION MESSAGE
NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI
0030 UTC SAT NOV 29 2014

BASED ON DATA THROUGH 0000 UTC NOVEMBER 29 2014

HIGH PRESSURE FAR NORTH OF HAWAII NEAR 28N 160W REMAINS
SANDWICHED BETWEEN TWO LOW PRESSURES... ONE APPROACHING THE
DATELINE IN THE WEST PACIFIC AND THE OTHER IN THE EAST PACIFIC. THE
EAST PACIFIC LOW HAS SOME TRAILING... REMNANT FRONTAL BOUNDARIES
THAT STRETCH SOUTHWEST NEAR HAWAII. BROKEN LOW CLOUDS BETWEEN THE
HIGH AND THE EAST PAC LOW ARE MOVING SOUTH BETWEEN 140W AND 150W
FROM 30N TO 25N. THE REST OF THE AREA TO 175W BETWEEN 30N AND 20N
HAS OVERCAST TO BROKEN LOW CLOUDS MOVING WEST AT 20 TO 30 MPH.
BETWEEN 20N AND 10N... SCATTERED LOW CLOUDS ARE MOVING WEST AT 20 TO
30 MPH. NEAR THE DATELINE NORTH OF 20N... LOW CLOUD MOTION TURNS TO
THE NORTHWEST AHEAD OF THE WEST PAC LOW AND AN ASSOCIATED COLD
FRONT. THE COLD FRONT IS PRODUCING A LINE OF THUNDERSTORMS THAT IS
APPROACHING THE DATELINE AT 30 MPH.

NEAR HAWAII...ONE OF THE AFOREMENTIONED REMNANT FRONTAL BOUNDARIES
IS BRINGING SHOWERS AND CLOUDY SKIES JUST SOUTH OF THE BIG ISLAND
OVER THE COASTAL WATERS. MORE STABLE LOW CLOUDS ARE BRINGING CLOUDY
SKIES TO WINDWARD COASTAL WATERS AND WINDWARD ISLAND AREAS. LEEWARD
LOCATIONS AND LEEWARD WATERS HAVE PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES.

IN THE DEEP TROPICS... ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS ARE FIRING CLOUD TOPS
TO 50 THOUSAND FEET BETWEEN 150W TO 160W FROM 5N TO 10N.

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MORRISON



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