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Forecast for Maalaea Bay
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HOURLY WEATHER
900 PM HST SUN SEP 21 2014
(0700 UTC SEP 22 2014)
BUOY REPORTS
STATION/POSITIONTIMETEMPWINDPRESWAVESWELL
AIRSEADIR/SP/GHT/PERHT/DIR
(UTC)(F)(DEG/KT/KT)(MB)(FT/S)(FT/D)
Buoy 51001NOT AVBL
Buoy 51101NOT AVBL
Buoy 5110007008182120/ 6/ 81017.8
Buoy 510030700828390/ 12/ 141015.7R4/ 93
Buoy 510040603818190/ 14/ 141015.6R4/113/350
Barbers Point BuoyNOT AVBL
Waimea Bay Buoy070083N/A2/ 9
Kailua Bay Buoy070083N/A4/112/ 60
Lanai BuoyNOT AVBL
BARBERS PT 2070083N/A3/112/180
PAUWELA MAUI070081N/A4/102/360
HILO070082N/A4/102/100
KANEOHE BAY BUOYNOT AVBL
HANALEI KAUAINOT AVBL
Kahului Harbor07008184360/ 7/ 101016.1R
Honolulu Harbor07008270/ 2/ 51016.9R
Kilo NaluNOT AVBL
Hilo Harbor070077220/ 4/ 51016.7R
Mokuoloe0700818690/ 8/ 111017.4R
Nawiliwili070084N/A
WHOTS BUOYNOT AVBL
BUOY 51028NOT AVBL

WIND OBSERVATIONS

Observations listed in HST. HST is UTC - 10 hours.

StationDateTimeDirectionSpeedGust
MAKAPULAPAI21SEP1421:29931217
PUU ALII21SEP1421:2212616
MOLOKAI 121SEP1421:371913
MOLOKAI AP21SEP1421:00204MSG
LANAI 121SEP1421:37631223
KAHOOLAWE21SEP1421:001131419
KANELOA21SEP1420:53821523
HONOKANAIA21SEP1420:53651119
KAHULUI AP21SEP1421:00404MSG
KAHULUI HARBORMSGMSGMSGMSG
HANA21SEP1420:4516834
HALEAKALAMSGMSGMSGMSG
KULA 121SEP1420:489336
KAUPO GAP21SEP1421:3534027
MAALAEA BAYMSGMSGMSGMSG
KAPALUA-W MAUIMSGMSGMSGMSG
LIPOA21SEP1421:0110057

SYNOPSIS

SEP 21 2014 21:41:00 HST
SEP 22 2014 07:41:00 UTC

SYNOPSIS FOR HAWAIIAN COASTAL WATERS:
A surface trough over the western half of the state and a stationary front north of the area will both gradually dissipate through Monday. A new high will build northwest of the state Monday and Tuesday, then move eastward through Friday.


5 DAY FORECAST


MAALAEA BAY-
SEP 21 2014 21:41:00 HST
SEP 22 2014 07:41:00 UTC

REST OF TONIGHT
North winds 15 kt. Wind waves 4 ft.

MONDAY
North winds 15 kt. Wind waves 4 ft.

MONDAY NIGHT
Northeast winds 20 kt. Wind waves 5 ft.

TUESDAY
North winds 20 kt. Wind waves 5 ft.

TUESDAY NIGHT
Northeast winds 20 kt. Wind waves 5 ft.

WEDNESDAY
North winds 20 kt. Wind waves 5 ft.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Northeast winds 20 kt. Wind waves 5 ft. Isolated showers after midnight.

THURSDAY
Northeast winds 20 kt. Wind waves 5 ft. Scattered showers.

FRIDAY
Northeast winds 20 kt. Wind waves 4 to 5 ft. Scattered showers.


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