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The National Weather Service Forecast Office in Hawaii is conveniently located on the
Manoa Campus of the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
The office is situated on the second floor the Hawaii Institute for Geophysics (HIG) Building.

What is a Skywarn Spotter?

SKYWARN is a nationwide network of volunteer weather spotters, trained by National Weather

Service (NWS) personnel, who report hazardous weather to local NWS offices.   Amateur radio

Operators and weather observers, generally operating through local organizations, are

ideally equipped to contribute to the SKYWARN program. However, the general public is also an

integral part of this program. SKYWARN Spotters provide ground truth on the atmosphere

that we observe from radar, satellites and various reporting stations.  They are our

eyes and ears, helping to provide better forecasts and warnings.


If you would like to become a Skywarn Spotter for our office, please Email Clem Jung


National Weather Service Honolulu
2525 Correa Road, Suite #250
Honolulu, HI 96822


Aloha, Clem Jung (KH7HO)
State SKYWARN Ham Coordinator
Email:  chmjung4@yahoo.com
Skywarn Antenna Support Unit.  Left to right, Jack KH6DQ, Clem KH7HO,Mark WH7W and Mark AH6PR
SkyWarn Activity at the Honolulu Weather Service HAM Station:


SkyWarn Transmitting antenna 40m and 75-80m.

SkyWarn receiving antenna. Loop antenna Design by: Dr.Mark Gerber MD









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