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Hawaii Weather

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Saturday, May 1, 1999

Oahu temperature and wind graphic

THREE-DAY FORECAST

Bullet Tomorrow: Sun and clouds; showers in spots. Wind SE at 8-16 mph. 72/80

Bullet Monday: Partly sunny, breezy and warmer; windward showers. 68/84

Bullet Tuesday: Partly sunny; a few windward showers. 68/84

SURF FORECAST

Bullet Ala Moana: Wave heights will average 2 feet through Monday.

Bullet Makapuu: Wave heights will average 1-2 feet through Monday.

Bullet Sunset Beach: Waves will average 2-4 feet through Monday.

Bullet Makaha: Wave heights will average 1-3 feet through Monday.

MARINE FORECAST

Bullet Coastal waters: Southeasterly winds tonight and tomorrow at 8-16 knots. Waves 2-4 feet.

Bullet Channels: Winds southeasterly at 10-20 knots tonight and tomorrow. Waves 4-8 feet.

NEIGHBOR ISLAND FORECASTS

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

Bullet Big Island: Hilo - A few showers tonight. Low 67. Tomorrow, mixed clouds and sun. High 79. Kona - Clouds tonight. Low 67. Partly sunny; a shower tomorrow. High 83.

Bullet Maui: Mainly clear tonight. Low 62-72. Partly sunny tomorrow. Highs 78-84.

Bullet Kauai: Partly cloudy tonight. Lows 64-72. Partly sunny tomorrow. High 76-82.

Bullet Lanai: Lanai City 67/77

Bullet Molokai: Kalaupapa 68/78

KILAUEA

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

TEMPERATURE

At Honolulu International Airport:

High yesterday -- 82
Low yesterday -- 69
Record high -- 87 (1994)
Record low -- 62 (1995)
Normal high -- 84
Normal low -- 69

RAIN

Humidity -- 61%
Yesterday -- trace
Month-to-date -- 0.67"
Normal month-to-date -- 1.54"
Year-to-date -- 3.99"
Normal year-to-date -- 9.50"

SUN AND MOON

Sunset tonight -- 6:57 p.m.
Sunrise tomorrow -- 6:00 a.m.
Moonset tonight -- 7:00 a.m.
Moonrise tomorrow -- 9:01 p.m.

Phases of the moon:

Last	May 8	New	May 15
First	May 21	Full	May 29

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".

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THE TIDES

Three-day forecast for Honolulu:

DAY	HIGH			LOW
Sun.	4:48a.m.	0.7 ft.	10:25a.m.	-0.1 ft.
	5:38p.m.	1.8 ft.	 -- 	

Mon.	5:25a.m.	0.6 ft.	12:43a.m.	0.2 ft.
	6:18p.m.	1.8 ft.	 -- 	

Tues.	6:09a.m.	0.5 ft.	1:40a.m.	0.2 ft.
	7:02p.m.	1.7 ft.	 -- 
Elsewhere throughout the state tomorrow:

PLACE		HIGH	LOW	HIGH	LOW
Haleiwa		3:46	8:20	4:36	10:38
Hilo		3:44	9:26	4:34	11:44
Kailua-Kona	4:22	10:03	5:12	 -- 
Kaneohe		3:02	9:07	3:52	11:25
Kawaihae	4:44	10:22	5:34	 -- 
Kealakekua	4:32	10:13	5:22	 -- 
Nawiliwili	4:21	10:00	5:11	 -- 
Waianae		7:08	2:11	7:58	12:43
Waimanalo	3:33	9:16	4:23	11:34

THE PACIFIC

Pacific Map
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