HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A quick moving cold front is passing through the state with scattered showers and gusty winds. The rain will move east clearing out by late Wednesday with light to moderate rainfall totals. Drier conditions are behind the front with cool northerly winds. Brisk tradewinds will linger through the weekend.
Wind gusts upwards of 45 mph are possible through Wednesday which could lead to property damage and power outages, so take precautions accordingly.
Out in the ocean a new northwest swell will be picking up Wednesday with below advisory level wave heights. South shores will be dropping as the current swell fades slowly Wednesday with some head high sets.
- Guy Hagi