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Hawaii Extended Forecast Discussion
 
(Caution: Version displayed is not the latest version. - Issued 1224Z Apr 20, 2014)
 
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HAWAII EXTENDED FORECAST DISCUSSION
NWS WEATHER PREDICTION CENTER COLLEGE PARK MD
824 AM EDT SUN APR 20 2014

VALID 00Z MON APR 21 2014 - 00Z MON APR 28 2014


STILL NO CHANGE FROM THE LAST SEVERAL DAYS OF ASSESSMENTS FOR THE
HAWAI'IN WEATHER DURING THE NEXT WEEK. ESSENTIALLY UNDISTURBED
TRADE WINDS ARE INDICATED BY THE CONSISTENT EUROPEAN CENTRE
ENSEMBLE MEAN ACROSS HAWAI'I FOR THE NEXT WEEK. THOUGH THE
DEEP-LAYER MOISTURE IS MODEST AT BEST, THERE APPEARS TO BE ENOUGH
AVAILABLE FOR OCCASIONAL WINDWARD SHOWERS THROUGHOUT THE ISLAND
CHAIN. SEVEN-DAY QPF FROM THE 00Z/20 27-KM ECMWF RANGES ROUGHLY
FROM ONE-HALF TO SEVERAL INCHES.  THE INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE
ZONE SHOULD REMAIN ON THE EQUATORIAL SIDE OF 10N, WITH THE POLAR
JET MOSTLY CONTAINED ALONG 40N.


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