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Damp weather Sunday from old frontal boundary sagging over islands

IR Satellite Imagery at 9 a.m. Saturday | Courtesy NOAA IR Satellite Imagery at 9 a.m. Saturday | Courtesy NOAA
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Weather will be a bit on the wet side Sunday thanks to increased moisture from an old frontal boundary sagging over Kauai and Oahu.

Some of the heaviest rain has been anchored along the Koolau mountains near Kaneohe and Heeia. 

The showers are expected to linger most of the day over the western islands, and then move on to Maui County and perhaps the Big Island Monday as the boundary slides southward. 

Increased moisture will remain around the state Tuesday and Wednesday as well, along with light trade winds that could allow for afternoon clouds to build.

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