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Winter Weather From Coast To Coast

Multiple winter storms will impact much of the U.S. with winter weather the next few days. One storm is producing heavy snow from the Midwest into the Great Lakes and Northeast with a wintry mix in the Mid-Atlantic. Another cold system will move through the Four Corners region with heavy mountain snow. Finally a major winter storm will strike California with excessive rain and heavy mountain snow. Read More >

There are four WSR-88D weather radars in the state of Hawaii. One each on Kauai and Molokai, and two on the Big Island of Hawaii. These dopplar radars give the National Weather Service Forecast Office in Honolulu both reflectivity and velocity data about storms affecting the area.

New radar display!

The new radar display that no longer relies on flash is available now at https://radar.weather.gov/ It became operational on December 17, 2020. Read more about this change at  https://www.weather.gov/media/notification/pdf2/scn20-85ridge11aab.pdf

Latest Status for all Hawaii Radars

 

Hawaii Mosaic
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Individual Loops of all 4 Hawaii Radars