Daily GOES Satellite, Radar, and Synoptic Weather Forecasts for the Hawaiian Islands. Archived historical observations.
Real-time observations of temperature, humidity, pressure, and rainfall in Mānoa Valley – home to the Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences.
A multi-institutional partnership dedicated to conducting research and producing informational products on climate variability related to the El Niño – Southern Oscillation (ENSO) climate cycle in the U.S.-Affiliated Pacific Islands (USAPI)
The vision of the Pacific Desk is to provide one-on-one basic weather forecast training with an emphasis on the tropics. The training program is focused on operational forecasting to enable the student to prepare and disseminate locally-produced meteorological, hydrological and climatological products for their home countries.
The MKWC is a weather research and forecast facility funded by the astronomical observatories on Mauna Kea; it is not a government-provided service like the National Weather Service (NWS).
CIMAR (formerly known as JIMAR) was established in September, 1977, by an agreement between the Environmental Research Laboratories (ERL) of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the University of Hawai’i (UH)
The local Honolulu branch of the National Weather Service.
An international climate research center, with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region. We seek to understand the climate system and how it may respond to human activity by conducting experiments with computer simulation models and by analyzing the many direct and remote observations related to climate.