HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The state will continue to experience windy and wet conditions as a series of cold fronts passes through the islands this week. Light winds are expected Thursday morning, but it will be breezier by the afternoon.
A cold front – which will bring cloudy skies and possible showers – will pass through early Thursday, but another front is expected to arrive within 24 hours.
The summits and interior areas of the Big Island of Hawaii will also be windy for most of the week. A High Wind Warning remains in effect until 6 p.m. Friday. Westerly winds will reach 55 to 80 mph with localized gusts over 95 mph.
Another weak disturbance will move in from the west on Friday, with a brief return of drier weather and lighter winds for the weekend.
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