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Tuesday, April 13, 1999

Oahu temperature and wind graphic

THREE-DAY FORECAST

Bullet Tomorrow: Clouds and sun; mainly windward showers. Wind E at 10-20 mph. 65/80

Bullet Thursday: Partly sunny and breezy; couple of windward showers. 68/80

Bullet Friday: Partly sunny and breezy; couple of windward showers. 68/82

SURF FORECAST

Bullet Ala Moana: Wave heights will average 1-3 feet tomorrow and change very little over the next few days.

Bullet Makapuu: Wave heights will average 2 feet tomorrow, then remain about the same on Thursday.

Bullet Sunset Beach: Waves averaging 2-4 feet tomorrow, then remaining about the same on Thursday.

Bullet Makaha: Waves heights will average 3 feet tomorrow, then about the same on Thursday.

MARINE FORECAST

Bullet Coastal waters: East winds tonight and tomorrow at 15-20 knots. Waves 8-12 feet.

Bullet Channels: Winds east 20-25 knots tonight and tomorrow. Waves 10-14 feet.

NEIGHBOR ISLAND FORECASTS

Temperatures listed are tonight's expected lows and tomorrow's highs:

Bullet Big Island: Hilo - Showers tonight. Low 67. Windy with showers tomorrow. High 77.

Kona - Partly cloudy tonight. Low 67. Sunny to partly cloudy tomorrow. High 81.

Bullet Maui: Windward showers tonight. Low 66-70. Showers tomorrow. High 74-82.

Bullet Kauai: Windward showers tonight. Lows 66-72. Clouds and sun tomorrow. Highs 76-80.

Bullet Lanai: Lanai City 61/75

Bullet Molokai: Kalaupapa 61/77

KILAUEA

Eruption of Kilauea continues. Lava is flowing underground in a 6 mile lava tube to the sea.

TEMPERATURE

At Honolulu Airport:

High yesterday -- 80

Low yesterday -- 67

Record high -- 88 (1996)

Record low -- 62 (1951)

Normal high -- 83

Normal low -- 69

RAIN

Humidity -- 67%

Yesterday -- 0.02"

Month-to-date -- 0.48"

Normal month-to-date -- 0.68"

Year-to-date -- 3.80"

Normal year-to-date -- 8.64"

SUN AND MOON

Sunset tonight -- 6:50 p.m.

Sunrise tomorrow -- 6:14 a.m.

Moonset tonight -- 4:44 p.m.

Moonrise tomorrow -- 5:23 a.m.

Phases of the moon:

New	Apr 15	First	Apr 22
Full	Apr 30	Last	May 8

UV INDEX

The ultraviolet index rates your risk to sun exposure. The higher the number, the greater the risk. Listed is tomorrow's forecast: "15 is the greatest risk".

UV Index

THE TIDES

Three-day forecast for Honolulu:

DAY	HIGH			LOW
Wed.	2:43a.m.	1.6 ft.	9:04a.m.	-0.3 ft.
	3:23p.m.	1.6 ft.	9:29p.m.	-0.1 ft.

Thurs.	3:24a.m.	1.4 ft.	9:35a.m.	-0.3 ft.
	4:06p.m.	1.8 ft.	10:24p.m.	-0.1 ft.

Fri.	4:05a.m.	1.3 ft.	10:09a.m.	-0.3 ft.
	4:52p.m.	1.9 ft.	11:22p.m.	0.0 ft.
Elsewhere throughout the state tomorrow:

PLACE	HIGH	LOW	HIGH	LOW
Haleiwa	1:41	6:59	2:21	7:24
Hilo	1:39	8:05	2:19	8:30
Kailua-Kona	2:17	8:42	2:57	9:07
Kaneohe	12:57	7:46	1:37	8:11
Kawaihae	2:39	9:01	3:19	9:26
Kealakekua	2:27	8:52	3:07	9:17
Nawiliwili	2:16	8:39	2:56	9:04
Waianae	5:03	11:22	5:43	11:47
Waimanalo	1:28	7:55	2:08	8:20

THE PACIFIC

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