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Flash Flood Watch expires, but wet weather remains in forecast

Statewide radar Sunday morning Statewide radar Sunday morning
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

A Flash Flood Watch that had been posted for most of the state has been allowed to expire, but weather will remain wet for a few more days as moisture from a lingering frontal band remains over the western islands.

The National Weather Service in Honolulu said a wet and unstable airmass remains over the islands, with a band of showers near Oahu. These showers will move eastward through Sunday.

As for the rest of the week, keep the umbrellas handy for Monday and maybe Tuesday. A low pressure system will form to the northwest of Kauai and lift out to the north, but its trailing front will remain over the islands, so the chance of showers will remain high. Trade winds will return as the frontal band clears the state Wednesday, but the trades may blow the showers back over the islands.

Drier conditions are expected for Thanksgiving Day.

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