Monday, May 21, 2018

A New Week - More Of Same

This week we have a weak 500 mb trough over the West this morning inland from the coast. This system will move northeastward and weaken during the week. This will bring us high temperatures in low 90s early but heading toward low 100s by the weekend. Dry but with several windy days - so little change. Forecast above is from the 06 UTC WRF GFS run at Atmo on 5.4 km grid - total precipitation through next Monday morning almost totally avoids the entire state.

Below is early morning webcam (from Jack Hales web page) view from the CFHT (Canada-France-Hawaii-Telescope) site on Mauna Kea - but I'm not sure of exact direction of the view. I think glow to left is from Hilo and the rising sun to right. No obvious indication of the on-going eruption. But corrections appreciated.

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