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Hawaii Extended Forecast Discussion
 
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Hawaii Extended Forecast Discussion
NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD
719 AM EST Tue Jan 27 2015

Valid 00Z Wed Jan 28 2015 - 00Z Wed Feb 04 2015

THE 06Z GFS/00Z ECMWF/00Z CANADIAN ARE IN EXCELLENT AGREEMENT INTO
NEXT TUESDAY, ADVERTISING A SLOW-MOVING COLD FRONT ENTERING THE
MAIN ISLANDS OF HAWAI'I WEDNESDAY, SLOWLY PASSING EASTWARD THROUGH
EARLY SATURDAY BEFORE BECOMING BRIEFLY HUNG UP MID-ARCHIPELAGO BY
A STRONG SHORTWAVE IN THE CENTRAL PACIFIC, WHICH LURES IT BACK
NORTH AS A WARM FRONT SUNDAY BEFORE BRINGING ANOTHER COLD FRONT
PAST NI'IHAU ON TUESDAY.  THIS BOUNDARIES WILL WEAKEN THE TRADE
WINDS FRIDAY, BEFORE BRINGING MORE KONA-LIKE WINDS TO THE
ARCHIPELAGO THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND AGAIN EARLY NEXT WEEK.  THE
USUAL UPSLOPE SHOWERS ON NORTHEAST SLOPES SHOULD BE INTERRUPTED
FOR MUCH OF THE PERIOD, WITH THE FRONTAL BAND EARLY NEXT WEEK
POTENTIALLY BRINGING RAINS EARLY NEXT WEEK.

ROTH