HiP 075 – 7 Day Forecast for 2/16 – 2/22

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HiP 075 - 7 Day Forecast for 2/16 - 2/22

#75 your HiP 7 Day Forecast for week starting Friday Feb 16 to Thurs 22nd 2024

In this episode, We’ll have a 7 day forecast for weather, surf, night, sky, upcoming events and concerts, and our world day’s calandar

7 Concerts, 6 Beautiful beautiful days, 5 Events On 4 islands, 3 surf contest, 2 Planets in conjunction, 1 Half full moon

Thank you for choosing Hawaii Posts to be part of your week….. Aw-right – Lets go!

 Weather, Surf & Night Sky  “Anilā, Nalu a me Pō Lani” 3 min

HiP weekly Weather Forecast-  Friday Feb 16 to Thurs 22nd 2024

Weather Conditions for Oahu-


This week Will be mostly sunny with overcasrt mornings and passing showers through out the week 

Winds- Our typical tradewinds have returned blowing in from the NNE at 15-20 MPH

Temperatures average-  

Highs will be range between 73-78F (22-26C) with the warmest day – wednesday 

Lows will be declining through the week 67 – 63F (20C) with the coolest day – sunday

Sea Temperatures:


range: 78 – 81 F (25-26C)

This Week

Sunrise- around 7:00am 

Sunset- around 6:30 pm

Daylight – averaging a little more than 11 hours 20 min


Song: LOMA By: Salon Kingsadore,

Last song on their Album: Mountainn Rescue


North Shores

15-20 (30-40) Friday, saturday starts declining to 4-6 by monday

West Side

12-18 (24-36 faces) Friday, saturday starts declining to 2-3 by monday

South Shores

1-2 (2-4 faces)  holding through the week 

East Side

1-2 (2-4 face) building to 4-6 by monday


IBA GoPro Pipe Bodyboarding Challenge Banzai Pipeline 2/19 – 3/1

Eddie Aikau Big Wave Invitational, at Waimea  https://www.theeddieaikau.com

Buffalo’s Big Board Surfing Classic 2/22 – 2/23 https://hoomaa.org/buffalo-big-board-surfing

Night Sky 

Moon Phase

Its a half full moon on the friday 16th and the next full moon Feb 24

This week Moonrise and Moonset (rounded to nearest 5min)


Friday high noon at 12:00 PM


Friday after moidnight 12:50 AM 


Next Thurs 5:21 PM


Next Thurs 6:05 AM 

Visible Planets (rounded to nearest 5min)

Mercury Rises at 6:40 AM EAST

Venus Rises 5:25 AM EAST

Mars Rises 5:40 AM EAST

Jupiter Sets 11:40 PM WEST

Saturn sets 7:15PM  WEST

Uranus Sets 8:34 PM  WEST


brought to us by Imiloa Astronomy Center in Hilo

Venus and Mars Conjunction

The bright planet Venus (Hokuloa) will be joined by Mars

(Hokü’ula) in the early morning sky, with both appearing to join

together in a planetary conjunction shortly before sunrise on

Feb. 22.

While this conjunction may be difficult to see, the best viewing time will be between 5:30 a.m. and 6 a.m. as the planets peak over the eastern horizon.


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“Ho’okipa” (Hospitality or to entertain) 2 Min

Concerts & Comedy



Josh Tatofi

Blue Note Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, US


The Republik, Honolulu, HI, US





Henry Kapono

Blue Note Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, US

Beach Boys

Hawaii Theatre, Feb 21 – 22, 2024



Blue Note Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, US



MAUI – 18th annual Whale Tales 11a-3p 3 days friday saturday and sunday

Whale Trust is excited to host our 18th annual Whale Tales event at The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua and streaming online from February 16-18th, 2024! If you cannot join us in-person this year, we will also be streaming the event online so everyone can participate. For nearly two decades, the goal of Whale Tales has been to educate, inspire, and connect people with the latest research and discoveries around whales and the ocean. At a time where our community is healing, we hope that Whale Tales will once again be a source of wonder and inspiration for those that can join us.



BIG ISLAND – The annual Panaewa Stampede Rodeo,

happening February 17-18, will spotlight two days of Hawaii-style rodeo at the Panaewa Equestrian Center, just outside of Hilo. The event welcomes paniolo (Hawaiian cowboys and cowgirls) and spectators to experience competitive rodeo skills born of the island’s deep ranching history and still practiced today. The event features bull riding, calf roping, bronco bustin’, barrel racing and a trio of unique-to-Hawaii events. The rodeo will also feature a rodeo clown, professional announcer, food and craft booths, leather- and saddle-making exhibits, and a culture and history display tent highlighting the island of Hawaii’s and state’s paniolo history. For more information, visit www.hawaiirodeostampede.com.


Maui Bicycling League is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that advocates for a more bike-friendly Maui. We host monthly events like this one to bring the local cycling community together. Registration is required for all rides: https://shorturl.at/lDE46 When February 17, 2024 at 8:45AM, Ride out at 9:00AM Meeting Place: Kalama Park in Kihei About The group will ride northbound from Kalama Park for 16.5 miles until we reach Baldwin Beach Park in Paia. From there, we’ll head west until we reach Momona Bakery and Coffee in Kahului where we’ll break for coffee and refreshments. Next, we’ll ride westbound until we reach Wailuku then finally head back south to our starting point. This loop will cover approximately 40 miles. Access the route using RideWithGPS: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/45489171 This ride is intended for intermediate and advanced riders who can maintain average speeds of 12-14mph. E-bikes are welcome, but we ask all e-bikers to adhere to our safety and etiquette expectations! Equipment is not provided and helmets are required for all riders. Cost: Rides are FREE for active MBL Members and donation-based for non-members. mauibike.org/join


OAHU    FAT SUNDAY (Mardi Gras Theme)

Sun, Feb 18 – Mon, Feb 19

The District, 1349 Kapiolani Blvd

Honolulu, HI


Kauai- “ Favorite Hula Songs”

E Kanikapila Kākou 2024 invites you to a season of exploring and understanding the relationship between the songs and dances of Hawai’i and the life and times of its people as reflected in the Significant Songs of Hawai’i.

Malie Foundation again shares “Community Hula Night”, one of the most popular evenings in EKK. Four amazing kumu hula, Kumu Hula Hinano Lazaro; Puni Patrick Waiale’ale; La’amea Almeida; and Sabra Kauka, will lead their individual participant group to learn a favorite hula number during the first hour. Each haumana group will share the hula they learned during the main program. Hula jam continues all evening as audience gets up to dance their favorite hula numbers.

‘Ukulele circle starts at 5:15 pm; the main program begins at 6:00 pm and ends at 8:30 pm. General admission $20 // Kama’aina $10 // Keiki 12 years and under are free. Tickets are available online a http://ekk2024.eventbrite.com and will also be available at the door.



World DAYS

Friday-Random Acts of Kindness Day

Saturday- Pluto Day

Sunday- Tug of war day

Monday- Presidents day, Love your pet day

Tuesday – Mardi Gras, Sticky Bun Day

Wednesday- Walk the dog day, Ash Wed. Margarita Day, 

Thursday- Chili Day, Banana Bread Battle of Alamo Day

Feature- “Hiʻona” 10 Min

Local Music- 

Local News & my opinion- 


Aloha ā kēia pule aʻe (Farewell until next week) 1 min

Have Fun, Do Good, Be a Positive Force

Be alert Paradise can lul you into a false sense of security 

Stay on the trail, Stop walking to take a picture or a selfie 

When in doubt don’t go out, Never turn your back on the sea

Mahalo to the lifeguards, first responders, armed service members and those who volunteer

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Until next week Aloha, Aw-right