Heavy rain and higher elevation snow continue for the Northwest, fire danger continues in Southern California

A series of Pacific storms will bring strong winds, heavy rain, and mountain snow to the Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies through Sunday. Heavy rainfall and flooding is possible from the Mississippi Valley to the Deep South and Southeast U.S. this weekend and into early next week. Dry winds will prolong the fire weather threat for Southern California for several days.
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Last Update: 341 AM HST Sun Oct 22 2017

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Honolulu, HI Local Forecast Office

21NM S Wailea-Makena HI

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Synopsis: PHZ100-230215- 341 AM HST Sun Oct 22 2017 .Synopsis for Hawaiian coastal waters... A ridge will move over the area from the north today. A front far northwest of the area will move southeast, reaching the Kauai waters Monday night and pushing down over the Big Island waters by Tuesday night. Thunderstorms will be possible ahead of, and along the front. A large northwest swell move over the area starting Tuesday. A new high will build far northwest of the area by the middle of the week. $$

Today
East winds 10 knots. Wind waves 4 feet. Northwest swell 4 feet. Isolated showers through the day. Haze in the afternoon.
Tonight
Northeast winds 15 knots. Wind waves 4 feet. Northwest swell 6 feet. Haze through the night. Isolated showers in the evening. Scattered showers after midnight.
Monday
East winds 10 knots veering south in the afternoon. Wind waves 4 feet. Northwest swell 7 feet. Swell south 3 feet. Haze through the day. Scattered heavy showers in the morning. Isolated thunderstorms through the day. Heavy showers likely in the afternoon.
Monday Night
South winds 20 knots. Wind waves 6 feet. Northwest swell 6 feet and south 3 feet. Haze through the night. Occasional heavy showers in the evening. Isolated thunderstorms through the night. Heavy showers likely after midnight.
Tuesday
Northwest winds to 25 knots easing to 15 knots in the afternoon. Wind waves 6 feet. Northwest swell 5 feet increasing to 7 feet in the afternoon. Swell south 3 feet. Haze. Heavy showers likely and isolated thunderstorms.
Tuesday Night
North winds 10 knots. Wind waves 4 feet. Northwest swell 7 feet increasing to 9 feet after midnight. Swell south 3 feet. Haze in the evening. Scattered showers through the night.
Wednesday
Northeast winds 10 knots. Wind waves 4 feet. Northwest swell 8 to 10 feet and south 3 feet. Scattered showers.
Thursday
Northeast winds 10 knots. Wind waves 2 feet or less. Northwest swell 7 to 8 feet. Isolated showers.
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Last Update: 341 AM HST Sun Oct 22 2017
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