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Here you can view any of the individual WAVEWATCH III® graphic products generated during the last six model runs. Simply follow the steps and click to choose the Model, Forecast Zone, Model Run Time, Product, and then click on a Forecast Time (0 is the nowcast, negative times are hindcasts, positive times are forecasts). Buoy information for the selected region is also given in the form of spectral plots, source term plots, and Spectral Bulletins.

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Hawaii (Global) (24 Hours Back) 2014/10/22 00z
Significant Wave Height and Peak Direction
The significant wave height is a measure for the wave height, and closely corresponds to what a trained observer would consider to be the mean wave height. Note that the highest wave height of an individual wave will be significantly larger.

Step 1: Choose a Model
Global Hurricane Great Lakes
(NAM Winds)
Great Lakes
(NDFD Winds)

Step 2: Choose a Forecast Zone
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Atlantic Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Indian Ocean
NE Atlantic
NW Atlantic
US East Coast
NE Pacific
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US West Coast Zoom 1
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Hawaii

Step 3: Choose a Model Run Time
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back
12 hours
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18 hours
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24 hours
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30 hours
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Step 4: Choose a Product
Significant Wave Height Peak Wave Period
Wind Sea Wave Height Wind Sea Period
Primary Swell Wave Height Primary Swell Period
Secondary Swell Wave Height Secondary Swell Period
Wind Speed and Direction  

Step 5: Select a Forecast Time to view the product image
Forecast times are relative to the start time: 0Z, 6Z, 12Z, or 18Z
-9 -6 -3 0 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 24 27
30 33 36 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 66
69 72 75 78 81 84 87 90 93 96 99 102 105
108 111 114 117 120 123 126 129 132 135 138 141 144
147 150 153 156 159 162 165 168 171 174 177 180

Buoy Data for Hawaii multi_1 (24 Hours Back) 2014/10/22 00z
Note: A tutorial on the spectral and source term graphics is available here.
Buoy ID Lat/Lon Buoy Data
51001 23.43N 162.21W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
51002 17.19N 157.78W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
51003 19.22N 160.82W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
51004 17.52N 152.48W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
51000 23.55N 154.06W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
51100 23.56N 153.90W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
51101 24.32N 162.06W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
51201 21.67N 158.12W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
51202 21.42N 157.68W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
HNL01 24.00N 158.00W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
HNL02 22.50N 153.00W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
HNL10 22.00N 157.75W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
HNL11 21.00N 158.25W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin
HNL12 19.75N 156.50W Spectra Source terms Spectral Bulletin


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