Focal Pacific Typhoon Center Items and Administrations.


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Focal Pacific Tropical storm Center Items and Administrations. Raymond Tanabe Cautioning Coordination Meteorologist National Climate Administration Honolulu Hello. Focal Pacific Storm Center Content Items. Tropical Climate Standpoint Tropical Violent wind Aggravation Articulations Tropical Typhoon Exchange
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Focal Pacific Hurricane Center Products and Services Raymond Tanabe Warning Coordination Meteorologist National Weather Service Honolulu HI

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Text Products Tropical Weather Outlook Tropical Cyclone Disturbance Statements Tropical Cyclone Discussion Tropical Cyclone Forecast/Advisory Tropical Cyclone Public Advisory Tropical Cyclone Updates Tropical Cyclone Local Statements Tropical Cyclone Position Estimates

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Pre-Tropical Cyclone Products Tropical violent winds commonly begin as a zone of solid and sorted out electrical storms The Tropical Weather Outlook gives a synopsis of conceivable or foreseen tropical twister advancement and different ranges of interest

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Tropical Weather Outlook Issued 4 times every day amid sea tempest season – June 1 through November 30 4 AM, 10 AM, 4 PM, 10 PM HST Provides an outline of conceivable or foreseen tropical typhoon improvement and different territories of hobby Can give you a few days “heads up” before a tropical tornado really creates

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Tropical Weather Outlook TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI 400 AM HST TUE JUN 8 2004 FOR THE CENTRAL NORTH PACIFIC...BETWEEN 140W AND 180 NO TROPICAL CYCLONES ARE EXPECTED THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING. $$ POWELL

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Tropical Weather Outlook TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI 1000 AM HST FRI MAY 11 2007 FOR THE CENTRAL NORTH PACIFIC...BETWEEN 140W AND 180 A LARGE AREA OF DISORGANIZED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS IS ABOUT 1000 MILES EAST SOUTHEAST OF HILO...HAWAII. DEVELOPMENT...IF ANY...WILL BE SLOW TO OCCUR. ELSEWHERE...NO TROPICAL CYCLONES ARE EXPECTED THROUGH SUNDAY MORNING.

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Disturbance Statements Issued as expected to outfit data on solid and developmental non-melancholy frameworks Describes zones of solid and composed storms that have great potential for improvement into a tropical tornado Rarely utilized

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Disturbance Statements TROPICAL DISTURBANCE STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HONOLULU HI 0000Z SAT JUL 01 2000 SATELLITE IMAGERY AND A SHIP REPORT AT 1 PM HST INDICATE A SUSPECT AREA OF CONVECTION IN AN AREA WITHIN A 100 MILE RADIUS OF 10N 160W. Accessible DATA DO NOT JUSTIFY ISSUING TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVISORIES AT THIS TIME. WINDS IN THE AREA ARE ESTIMATED TO BE 30 KNOTS AND HEAVY SEAS WERE REPORTED. THE AREA IS EXPECTED TO MOVE NORTH NEAR 10 KT. THE CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER WILL CLOSELY MONITOR THIS DISTURBED AREA AND ISSUE TROPICAL CYCLONE ADVISORIES IF NECESSARY. THE NEXT UPDATE WILL BE AT 8 PM HST.

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Tropical Cyclone Products Once a tropical violent wind forms or moves into the Central North Pacific, Tropical Discussions, Public Advisories, and Forecast/Advisories are issued at consistently booked times 5 AM, 11 AM, 5 PM, 11 PM For “fish storms” that are relied upon to stay over water and not influence any area zones, these three are the main items issued For tropical tornado that are required to effect land territories, position appraisals, middle of the road advisories, and nearby articulations are additionally issued.

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Tropical Cyclone Discussion Explain the forecaster’s thinking behind the investigation and gauge of the tropical violent wind Assess certainty or vulnerability Reason for change in track or force figure Plans for watches and notices

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Tropical Cyclone Discussion OVER THE PAST SIX HOURS...TWO-C HAS STARTED TO SHOW SIGNS OF BETTER ORGANIZATION . WIND RADII WERE ALSO EXPANDED PRIMARILY THROUGH 36 HOURS IN RESPONSE TO THE INCREASED IN INTENSITY AND QUIKSCAT DATA. THE FORECAST TRACK OF TWO-C HAS BEEN ADJUSTED SOUTHWARD OR TO THE LEFT OF THE PREVIOUS TRACK... THE FORECAST INTENSITY WAS INCREASED THROUGH 36 HOURS IN RESPONSE TO THE INCREASE IN INITIAL INTENSITY. ITS PROJECTED PATH KEEPS TWO-C OVER WATER AND AWAY FROM ANY MAJOR PACIFIC ISLANDS. THE SOUTHWARD ADJUSTMENT OF THE FORECAST TRACK AFTER 36 HOURS ALSO PLACES TWO-C FURTHER AWAY FROM JOHNSTON ISLAND.

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Forecast/Advisory Short Term Section (days 1-3) Current position and development Forecast focus positions Maximum wind pace and blasts in tangles 34, 50, and 64 bunch wind speed radii Extended Outlook Section (days 4-5) Forecast focus positions Maximum wind speed in tangles

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Forecast/Advisory HURRICANE CENTER LOCATED NEAR 16.5N 160.9W AT 09/2100Z. POSITION ACCURATE WITHIN 30 NM. PRESENT MOVEMENT TOWARD THE NORTH OR 10 DEGREES AT 22 KT. Assessed MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE 935 MB. EYE DIAMETER 10 NM. MAX SUSTAINED WINDS 125 KT WITH GUSTS TO 150 KT. 64 KT....... 30NE 30SE 30SW 30NW 50 KT....... 75NE 75SE 75SW 75NW 34 KT........200NE 200SE 200SW 200NW 12 FT SEAS..200NE 200SE 200SW 200NW ALL QUADRANT RADII IN NAUTICAL MILES

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Public Advisory Watches or notices as a result Highlights most noteworthy conditions Reference to neighborhood explanations from Civil Defense and NWS Location, development, and power of tropical twister Intermediate Advisories Issued at 2 or 3 hour interims when a tropical violent wind influences or is gauge to influence an island Special advisories Issued whenever critical changes happen Cancelation of a Hurricane/Tropical tempest Watch or Warning Classification of tropical typhoon changes A tornado danger develops

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Public Advisory AT 5 PM HST...0300Z...THE CENTER OF TROPICAL DEPRESSION GUILLERMO WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 16.0 NORTH...LONGITUDE 142.3 WEST OR ABOUT 875 MILES EAST SOUTHEAST OF HILO HAWAII. THE DEPRESSION IS MOVING TOWARD THE WEST NEAR 20 MPH AND THIS MOTION IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS. Most extreme SUSTAINED WINDS ARE NEAR 30 MPH WITH HIGHER GUSTS...MAINLY THE NORTHERN SIDE OF THE DEPRESSION. THE DEPRESSION IS EXPECTED TO DISSIPATE DURING THE NEXT 24 HOURS.

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Position Estimates Augments different advisories with the most recent position of tropical typhoon May be issued when sea tempest/typhoon debilitates arrive and is inside 200 miles of area based radar Satellite positions might likewise be utilized

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Position Estimate AT 1000 AM HST...THE POSSIBLE CENTER OF TROPICAL STORM JIMENA WAS ESTIMATED USING THE SOUTH HAWAII RADAR TO BE NEAR LATITUDE 16.9 NORTH...LONGITUDE 156.8 WEST. THIS IS APPROXIMATELY 225 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF HILO...AND 155 MILES SOUTH-SOUTHWEST OF SOUTH POINT ON THE BIG ISLAND. THIS POSITION ESTIMATE IS CONSIDERED TO BE POOR DUE TO DISTANCE FROM THE SOUTH HAWAII RADAR. THIS WILL BE THE LAST RADAR POSITION ESTIMATE ISSUED FOR TROPICAL STORM JIMENA AS IT IS MOVING OUT OF RADAR RANGE.

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Local Statements Specific points of interest for region Watches and/or notices basically Hurricane/Tropical Storm area, development, and force Significant subtle elements – wind, surf, rain and surge potential, tornado potential Civil Defense departure orders Precautions important to secure life and property Frequent discharges – each 2 or 3 hours, all the more regularly if fundamental

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Local Statements HURRICANE JIMENA LOCAL STATEMENT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HONOLULU HI 1200 AM HST MON SEP 01 2003 ...AREAS AFFECTED... ...WATCHES WARNINGS... ....STORM INFORMATION... ...Safety oriented ACTIONS... ...HIGH SURF AND TIDE IMPACTS... ...WIND IMPACTS... ...FLOODING IMPACTS... ...NEXT UPDATE...

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Central Pacific Hurricane Center Watches and Warnings Hurricane/Tropical Storm Watch Hurricane/Tropical Storm conditions are conceivable inside 36 hours. Sea tempest/Tropical Storm Warning Hurricane/Tropical Storm conditions are normal inside of 24 hours

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Tropical Cyclone Enters Central Pacific from the East 15N 140W WNW 15 MPH 1050 miles from Hilo 1250 miles from Honolulu 70 hours away Discussion Forecast/Advisory Public Advisory Graphics

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17N 145W WNW 15 MPH 690 miles from Hilo 890 miles from Honolulu 45 hours away Discussion Forecast/Advisory Public Advisory Graphics

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Hurricane Watch issued for Hawaii County Tropical Storm Watch issued for Maui County 17.5N 147W WNW 15 MPH 540 miles from Hilo 740 miles from Honolulu 36 hours away Discussion Forecast/Advisory Public Advisory Graphics Local Statements

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Hurricane Warning issued for Hawaii County Tropical Storm Warning issued for Maui County 18.5N 145W WNW 12 MPH 350 miles from Hilo 550 miles from Honolulu 24 hours or less Discussion Forecast/Advisory Public Advisory Graphics Local Statements

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Hurricane conditions crosswise over Hawaii County Tropical Storm conditions crosswise over Maui County Discussion Forecast/Advisory Public Advisory Graphics Position Estimates Local Statements

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Hurricane Warning scratched off for Hawaii County Tropical Storm Warning wiped out for Maui County Discussion Forecast/Advisory Public Advisory Graphics Hurricane Local Statement

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