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Hawaii Extended Forecast Discussion
 
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Hawaii Extended Forecast Discussion
NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD
802 AM EDT Thu Oct 30 2014

Valid 00Z Fri Oct 31 2014 - 00Z Fri Nov 07 2014


The current settling of a cold front southward through the state
should be repeated about this time next week--as per the last
several days of global numerical guidance. Cold advection will
turn to warm advection by Monday, with a commensurate veering of
the winds. Without a tap into the ITCZ, rainfall totals will be
relatively limited, though the 00Z/30 ECMWF does indicate at least
a quarter-inch statewide--with upwards of 2-4 inches in the
favored terrain.


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