Forecast: Remnants of former cyclone could bring showers

Forecast: Remnants of former cyclone could bring showers

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Abundant sunshine and just a few light showers windward and mauka are expected for Monday, along with light to moderate trade winds. The chance of showers will increase tonight and Tuesday due to moisture from the remnants of former tropical cyclone Agatha.

Remnants of former hurricane Blas will lower trade wind speeds Wednesday night, and then bring more showers Thursday night into Friday. Meanwhile, we're closely monitoring Hurricane Celia, about 1,950 miles east-southeast of the Hilo. Next week's weather will depend on the cyclone's track, but it is still too soon to tell exactly what to expect.

At the beach, surf remains just below advisory levels on east shores as a swell from Blas fades away. Surf could head up later this week due to Celia. South and west shores are also headed downward, with the next small to moderate south swell expected Thursday or Friday.

- Ben Gutierrez

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