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Central Pacific Cyclone Outlook

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Tropical Cyclone Outlook
Hurricane Network Hilo HI
200 AM HST Mon June 1 2019

For the Central Pacific, between longitude 140°W and 180°W: 

No tropical development is expected within the next five days.

Today marks the first day of the 2019 Central Pacific Hurricane 
Season. 

The Hurricane Network's Central Pacific Center monitors the Central
Pacific from longitude 140°W to the international dateline. 

This product and our graphical counterpart will update at 200 AM, 
800 AM, 200 PM, 800 PM HST until the end of the season. Special 
outlooks can be issued between routine issuance times to update the 
discussion on a disturbance. 

The Central Pacific Center now has the option to issue Disturbance
Guidance Messages for disturbances that have a moderate or greater
chance of formation and a high impact chance to Hawaii or other 
land areas. The Disturbance Guidance Messages will include a 
brief summary of the storm information, satellite and model 
discussion, and a summary of hazards affecting land. These messages
are issued every six hours, Amended messages could be issued at any 
time for significant forecast changes.

Tropical Cyclone Advisories are issued for ongoing cyclones that 
come into the Central Pacific basin, the advisory will include a 
storm summary with current statistics, watches and warnings, and a 
brief forecaster discussion. Advisories are issued every six hours, 
special advisories will be issued as warrant. 

Tropical Cyclone Updates are brief statements that will be issued 
if there are any significant changes to the forecast of the storm 
or if new watches and warnings are issued or canceled.

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Forecaster: Apolo