Forecast: Incoming front could hinder eclipse viewing

Forecast: Incoming front could hinder eclipse viewing

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Light winds will persist through Tuesday morning which will allow the vog and haze to linger.

Rainfall will be minimal through the morning. In the afternoon a front will be moving through the state with increasing clouds and showers, followed by gusty northerly winds. Mostly dry conditions will follow the front as a cool dry air mass moves in and holds through Thursday.

The front will most likely hinder visibility of Tuesday's partial solar eclipse, set to begin around 4:30pm.

Marine outlook: a small to moderate south swell will arrive late today, peak Tuesday, then gradually lower through mid-week. Rough surf is likely along north facing shores Tuesday through the mid-week period, then along east facing shores Wednesday through Friday, due to strong north and northeast winds following a cold front.

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