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Forecast for Maalaea Bay
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HOURLY WEATHER
300 AM HST SAT OCT 25 2014
(1300 UTC OCT 25 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 511001300738090/ 16/ 191016.9
Buoy 510031200818290/ 10/ 141015.4F6/105
Buoy 510041203798180/ 17/ 191013.86/123/350
Barbers Point BuoyNOT AVBL
Waimea Bay Buoy130081N/A4/122/350
Kailua Bay Buoy130081N/A6/ 62
Lanai Buoy130082N/A3/152/200
BARBERS PT 2130081N/A4/132/220
PAUWELA MAUI130081N/A5/ 82/350
HILO130081N/A6/ 82/350
KANEOHE BAY BUOYNOT AVBL
HANALEI KAUAINOT AVBL
Kahului Harbor1300788130/ 6/ 81015.6F
Honolulu Harbor130078150/ 2/ 21016.0F
Kilo NaluNOT AVBL
Hilo Harbor130070200/ 2/ 41015.6F
Mokuoloe1300821016.3F
Nawiliwili130082N/A
WHOTS BUOYNOT AVBL
BUOY 51028NOT AVBL

WIND OBSERVATIONS

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

StationDateTimeDirectionSpeedGust
MAKAPULAPAI25OCT1402:29901016
PUU ALII25OCT1402:2211828
MOLOKAI 125OCT1402:3728214
MOLOKAI AP25OCT1402:00106MSG
LANAI 125OCT1402:37631018
KAHOOLAWE25OCT1402:004957
KANELOA25OCT1401:5361714
HONOKANAIA25OCT1401:5317812
KAHULUI AP25OCT1402:00506MSG
KAHULUI HARBORMSGMSGMSGMSG
HANA25OCT1401:4518834
HALEAKALAMSGMSGMSGMSG
KULA 125OCT1401:4854512
KAUPO GAP25OCT1402:3510217
MAALAEA BAYMSGMSGMSGMSG
KAPALUA-W MAUIMSGMSGMSGMSG
LIPOA25OCT1402:221006MSG

SYNOPSIS

OCT 24 2014 21:30:00 HST
OCT 25 2014 07:30:00 UTC

SYNOPSIS FOR HAWAIIAN COASTAL WATERS:
A surface high far north of the state will move to the east and weaken over the weekend as its associated surface ridge moves to the north of Kauai. Stronger high pressure will build far northwest of the state Wednesday.


5 DAY FORECAST


MAALAEA BAY-
OCT 24 2014 21:30:00 HST
OCT 25 2014 07:30:00 UTC

REST OF TONIGHT
North winds 15 kt. Wind waves 4 ft. Slight chance of showers early in the evening.

SATURDAY
North winds 20 kt. Wind waves 4 ft.

SATURDAY NIGHT
North winds 15 kt. Wind waves 3 ft. Slight chance of showers after midnight.

SUNDAY
Northeast winds 20 kt. Wind waves 4 ft.

SUNDAY NIGHT
North winds 20 kt. Wind waves 4 ft.

MONDAY
Northeast winds 10 kt. Wind waves 2 ft or less.

MONDAY NIGHT
Northeast winds 10 kt. Wind waves 2 ft or less.

TUESDAY
Northeast winds 10 kt. Wind waves 2 ft or less.

WEDNESDAY
Northeast winds 10 kt. Wind waves 2 ft or less.


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