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Forecast for Maalaea Bay
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HOURLY WEATHER
400 AM HST WED NOV 26 2014
(1400 UTC NOV 26 2014)
BUOY REPORTS
STATION/POSITIONTIMETEMPWINDPRESWAVESWELL
AIRSEADIR/SP/GHT/PERHT/DIR
(UTC)(F)(DEG/KT/KT)(MB)(FT/S)(FT/D)
Buoy 51001NOT AVBL
Buoy 511011400717730/ 14/ 191020.0S8/12
Buoy 511001400717770/ 10/ 141017.9R
Buoy 510031400788060/ 16/ 191015.0F9/107
Buoy 510041333768080/ 16/ 191012.9F9/107/ 50
Barbers Point BuoyNOT AVBL
Waimea Bay Buoy140079N/A8/13
Kailua Bay Buoy140079N/A7/113/ 20
Lanai Buoy140079N/A3/112/310
BARBERS PT 2140078N/A5/133/310
PAUWELA MAUI140079N/A9/115
HILO140079N/A9/ 93
KANEOHE BAY BUOY140078N/A7/113/ 10
HANALEI KAUAINOT AVBL
Kahului Harbor1400737830/ 8/ 111016.8F
Honolulu Harbor14007380/ 2/ 91016.8R
Kilo NaluNOT AVBL
Hilo Harbor140069220/ 3/ 41016.1F
Mokuoloe1400747660/ 9/ 121017.3R
Nawiliwili140079N/A
WHOTS BUOYNOT AVBL
BUOY 51028NOT AVBL

WIND OBSERVATIONS

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

StationDateTimeDirectionSpeedGust
MAKAPULAPAI26NOV1404:29951119
PUU ALII26NOV1404:229617
MOLOKAI 126NOV1404:3766615
MOLOKAI AP26NOV1404:0030915
LANAI 126NOV1404:37631626
KAHOOLAWE26NOV1404:00501219
KANELOA26NOV1403:53481120
HONOKANAIA26NOV1403:5391119
KAHULUI AP26NOV1404:00406MSG
KAHULUI HARBORMSGMSGMSGMSG
HANA26NOV1403:4522134
HALEAKALAMSGMSGMSGMSG
KULA 1MSGMSGMSGMSG
KAUPO GAP26NOV1404:35353713
MAALAEA BAYMSGMSGMSGMSG
KAPALUA-W MAUIMSGMSGMSGMSG
LIPOA26NOV1404:019068

SYNOPSIS

NOV 26 2014 03:32:00 HST
NOV 26 2014 13:32:00 UTC

SYNOPSIS FOR HAWAIIAN COASTAL WATERS:
An east to west oriented surface ridge will remain north of the main Hawaiian Islands today. A new surface high will build far north northwest of the aloha state starting tonight. This high will move slowly eastward to a position far north of the islands by this weekend.


5 DAY FORECAST


MAALAEA BAY-
NOV 26 2014 03:32:00 HST
NOV 26 2014 13:32:00 UTC

Headlines
SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 AM HST THURSDAY

TODAY
North winds to 25 kt. Wind waves 7 ft.

TONIGHT
North winds to 25 kt. Wind waves 7 ft.

THURSDAY
North winds to 25 kt. Wind waves 7 ft.

THURSDAY NIGHT
Northeast winds to 25 kt. Wind waves 7 ft.

FRIDAY
North winds to 25 kt. Wind waves 7 ft.

FRIDAY NIGHT
North winds to 25 kt. Wind waves 7 ft.

SATURDAY
North winds to 25 kt. Wind waves 7 ft.

SUNDAY
North winds to 25 kt. Wind waves 6 to 7 ft.


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