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Forecasters warn of wet weather moving in for first half of week

Satellite imagery shows a disturbance to the south of the state that could combine with an upper low to the north (Image courtesy: NOAA) Satellite imagery shows a disturbance to the south of the state that could combine with an upper low to the north (Image courtesy: NOAA)
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

An extended period of wet weather could move in this weekend and continue into much of next week, according to the National Weather Service.

Forecasters said an upper low pressure system has established itself to the north-northeast and could but it could draw up tropical moisture over the state from the outer edges of Tropical Storm Oho to the south of the Big Island, which could experience heavier showers and thundershowers as soon as Saturday evening.

More moisture loosely associated with Oho could move over Maui and perhaps Molokai and Oahu Sunday, but most of the eastern islands will have breezy trade wind weather with a few more showers for windward and mauka areas.

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