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Hawaii Extended Forecast Discussion
 
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Hawaii Extended Forecast Discussion
NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD
610 AM EST Thu Feb 26 2015

Valid 00Z Fri Feb 27 2015 - 00Z Fri Mar 06 2015


Both the latest GFS and ECMWF indicate that Hawai'i will remain
under the influence of the current trough, though it retrogrades
west of the island in the coming days. The models show that the
trough reaches its farthest west position 12Z/03 Tuesday,
therewith progressing to the east once again as fresh energy in
the westerlies picks it up. With all the waffling of the front, a
tap of tropical moisture will remain intact, with several inches
of rainfall progged in much of the state. Some favored
locations--particularly in the terrain of the Big Island--could
net a foot.


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