HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - What was once Tropical Storm Fausto, at last check 1800 miles east of Hilo, is now officially remnants of a storm. The National Hurricane Center has ceased its tracking of the system, but it still may have an effect on Hawaii weather. The collective moisture will continue to slowly migrate to the west and sometime next week could find its way into our trade wind flow. That would enhance our trade showers and dampen the islands for a few days.
"We expect maybe some additional rainfall will come in with this system, but we are not expecting strong winds with it at this time," said National Weather Service meteorologist Derek Wroe in Honolulu.
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