All Hawaii Hazards


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QUICK LINKS: Situational Awareness | Satellite & Radar Reconnaissance | In-Situ Observations | Numerical Model Guidance |
Sea Conditions | Earthquakes, Volcanoes, & Jellyfish | Extended Outlook




Situational Awareness


Tokyo

Guam

Auckland

Midway

Honolulu

Anchorage

San Diego

GMT/UTC

 

Active National Weather Service Advisories

For description of colors, click on image to be directed to NWS Honolulu.

Active Hawaii & Pacific Region Tsunami Messages

Official tsunami information courtesy of the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center.

For Hawaiian fire weather information: Fire Weather
 

North Pacific Surface Analysis




Satellite & Radar Reconnaissance

 

Central Pacific Infrared

 

East Pacific Infrared

Other Northeast Pacific channels: Water Vapor | Visible | Multispectral

 

Hawaii Region Visible (Updates: Daytime Only)


Other Hawaii Region channels: IR

Hawaii Region Radar Reflectivity Mosaic

 

Local Island Visible (Updates: Daytime Only)

Local Island Radar-Estimated Storm Total Precip

Other Hawaii regional satellite views: UH Meteorology Weather Server

Radar Reflectivity (Lowest Tilt)

Radial Velocity (Lowest Tilt)

 




In-Situ Observations

 

Current Surface Observations

Statewide map courtesy of the College of DuPage NEXLAB.

Island maps courtesy of the UH Meteorology Weather Server.

Soundings courtesy of the Oklahoma Weather Lab.

Lihue Sounding

Hilo Sounding




Numerical Model Guidance

 
UH Meteorology: GFS & WRF viewer for Pacific and Hawaii regions
UH Meteorology and NOAA: Local Analysis and Prediction System (LAPS)
UH Meteorology: Forecast Soundings




Sea Conditions

 
National Data Buoy Center: Hawaii Region
NOAA Tide Predictions: Hawaii Region
 

Significant Wave Height (NOAA Wavewatch III)
Current Initialization

24-hr Forecast

48-hr Forecast

Peak Wave Period & Direction (NOAA Wavewatch III)
Current Initialization

24-hr Forecast

48-hr Forecast

 
More significant wave height & wave period plots: LaJolla Surfing




Earthquakes, Volcanoes, & Jellyfish

 

Recent Earthquakes

Courtesy of the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.

 

Volcanic Hazards Monitoring

Current status of volcanoes: USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory
Volcanic gas and aerosols: UH Vog Measurement and Prediction

 

Box Jellyfish Forecast Arrival Dates

Calendar courtesy of To-Hawaii.com.
More beach alerts including jellyfish statements: HawaiiBeachSafety.org




Extended Outlook

 

500 mb Heights (green) & Standardized Anomalies (red & blue)

 

Day 6-10

Day 8-14

More information: CPC 6-10 Day and 8-14 Day Hawaiian Outlooks