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Still wet near Big Island as cold front stalls and dissipates

Hawaii Satellite at 7 a.m. Saturday | Courtesy NOAA Hawaii Satellite at 7 a.m. Saturday | Courtesy NOAA
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

A cold front that brought gray skies and rain Friday has cleared Kauai, Oahu and most of Maui County, but was still dropping showers along east Hawaii island Saturday morning.

The front is expected to weaken Saturday, and most of the islands should enjoy dry and mostly clear weather. Some remnant showers from the front will be pushed back over the state as winds shift more east to southeast Sunday and Monday ahead of yet another cold front, but this one isn't expected to reach the islands.

The shifting winds will also bring more volcanic haze from the Big Island Monday, but returning trades should push the haze away Tuesday.

Another cold front is forecast to bring the potential for more unsettled weather at the end of next week.

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