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Current Conditions

@ 20-Nov-2017 1:50pm
75.7°F Warmer 0.8°F than last hour.
Temp Change: °F /hr
Sunny, Dry  Sunny, Dry
Feels Like: 76 °F
Humidity: 21%Decreased 1% since last hour.
Dew Point: 33.0 °FDecreased 0.4°F since last hour.
Wind: Calm
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Gust: 0.0 mph
Pressure: 29.99 in Falling 0.019 inHg/hour
Falling slowly
Solar Rad: 97%
527 W/m2
UV Index: 2.4
 Low 
Rain Today: 0.00 in
Rain Rate: 0.00 in
Rain Month: 0.01 in
Rain Year: 7.06 in

Almanac

Sunrise: 7:04 AM
Sunset: 5:22 PM
Moonrise: 8:48 AM
Moonset: 6:33 PM
New Moon
New Moon, Moon age: 1 days,21 hours,12 minutes,4%
4%
Illuminated

Daily Min/Max

Today's High Temp: 76.2°F
1:22pm
Today's Low Temp: 53.5°F
2:56am
Today's High Humidity: 32%
9:39am
Today's Low Humidity: 20%
12:35pm
Today's High Dewpoint: 34.8°F
12:58pm
Today's Low Dewpoint: 22.7°F
1:58am
Today's High Barometric Pressure: 30.082 in/Hg
9:46am
Today's Low Barometric Pressure: 29.973 in/Hg
1:52am
Today's High Wind Speed: 5.0 mph
1:10am
Today's
High UV:
3.3
 Medium 
11:54am
Today's
High Solar:
675 W/m2
11:50am
Today's High Rain Rate: 0.000 in/min
7:00pm
Today's High
Hourly Rain Rate:
0.000 in/hr
Days Since
Last Rain:
3 Days
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Welcome to Pepperridge North Valley's
Hawaiian Earthquakes Page

ALOHA! Welcome to Paradise!

Enjoy These Photos from Hawaii - Click on picture for full Size View!

Byodo-In Temple in Kaneohe - Oahu
Byodo-In Temple in Kãne‘ohe - Oahu, Hi

      

Makapu'u Lighthouse - Oahu
Makapu'u Point Lighthouse - Oahu, Hi

All Photos are 2005- 2010 by J. Summers & The Pepper Ridge North Valley Weather Station
All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication or distribution is prohibited


Current Reported Earthquakes from Around the Hawaiian Islands

Recent Earthquakes in the Hawaiian Islands Region
Map Centered at 20°N, 157°W

Map showing recent Hawaiian earthquakes

Map and data courtesy of the US Geological Survey



Recent Earthquake activity in and around Kaneohe, HI
250 Mile Radius is Centered at Lat 21.41988N Lat -157.811720W in Kaneohe, Hi

No earthquakes of magnitude 2.0 or greater within 250 miles reported in last 7 days.

The majority of Earthquakes in Hawaii are centered in and around "The Big Island", Hawaii and are mainly the result of the volcanic activity of the Kilauea Crater and Mauna Loa Volcanos. Earthquakes are less frequent on the other isles. You can check out the latest volcanic activity at Kilauea on our Hawaiian Volcanos Activity Page.


Current Reported Watches, Warnings and Advisiories for Oahu's Eastern Windward Shores

High Surf Advisory High Surf Advisory - Olomana (Hawaii)
Click on link above to see details on the 1 NOAA advisory for zone HIZ009.


The latest Information of Earthquake Triggered Tsunami's


   Logo: Tsunami Evacuation Sign   Logo: Tsunami Evacuation Route Sign

What Is A Tsunami?

Tsunami (soo-NAH-mee): a Japanese word that means harbor wave; a sea wave of local or distant origin that results from large-scale seafloor displacements associated with large earthquakes, major submarine slides, or exploding volcanic islands. Typically generated by seismic or volcanic activity or by underwater landslides, a tsunami consists of a series of high-energy waves that radiate outward like pond ripples from the area in which the generating event occurred.

Not all earthquakes produce tsunamis. To generate a tsunami, an earthquake must occur underneath or near the ocean, be very large (approximately Richter magnitude 7 or greater), and create vertical movement of the sea floor. However, recent studies regarding the potential for a great Cascadia Subduction zone earthquake off the Washington, Oregon, and Northern California coastlines indicate the local tsunami waves may reach nearby coastal communities within minutes of the earthquake thereby giving little or no time to issue warnings.


How will I know if a Tsunami is coming?

The West Coast/Alaska Tsunami Warning Center (WC/ATWC) is responsible for tsunami warnings for California, Oregon, Washington, British Columbia and Alaska.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) provides warnings to international authorities, Hawaii, and U.S. Territories within the Pacific Basin.

The WC/ATWC and PTWC may issue the following bulletins:

  • Information:  A message with information about an earthquake that is not expected to generate a tsunami.
  • Advisory:  An earthquake has occurred in the Pacific Basin, which might generate a tsunami.
  • Watch:  A tsunami was or may have been generated, but is at least two hours travel time to the area in Watch status.
  • Warning:  A tsunami was, or may have been generated, which could cause damage; therefore, people in the warned area are strongly advised to evacuate.
  • A warning siren may sound.
  • Seawater may recede quickly.
  • The ground may shake, indicating an earthquake has occurred.
  • Your NOAA Tone Alert radio issues a warning that a tsunami may be headed to your area.
  • Sign up for free Email and Text Mesage Tsunami Alerts from the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center

Tsunami Evacuation Maps

Additional information on evacation routes for Hawai'i can be found at the following link; Hawai'i Evacuation routes.



Please Visit our other Hawaiian Pages: Hawaiian Tsunami Info Page ·  Hawaiian Volcanos Activity Page ·  Hawaiian Weather Page



Kãne‘ohe and Kãne‘ohe Bay with the Koolau Mountains as backdrop - Windward - Oahu, Hawaii

Kaneohe and Kaneohe Bay - Oahu, Hi


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 Pepper Ridge North Valley Random Weather Facts

HABOOB
The name comes from the Arabic word habb, meaning "wind." A Haboob is a giant wall of dust sometimes 3000ft tall,that travels a 40mph+, they frequently form here in Arizona from the gust front outflow boundary of summer thunderstorms. Haboobs are most frequent in Southwestern North America during the months of May through September, with the most frequent occurrence in late June, but they can occur in every month. (A picture of a classic Haboob appears on our Monsoon Page.)

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