HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The remnants of Celia with its high humidity levels, spotty downpours and light winds are on the way out. Breezy tradewinds are set to takeover Wednesday with scattered windward showers and more comfortable humidity levels. Leeward sides will get abundant sunshine with isolated showers.
Tropical Storm Darby continues to move towards the state, likely crossing into the Central Pacific later tonight. Darby could bring weather impacts this weekend, however there's still a bit of uncertainty with its path, so stay tuned and get prepared.
Surf is dropping along east shores but continues to be dangerous. Please use caution along east coastlines. The NWS surf forecast: 4-7 feet east, 2-4 feet north and south, 1-3 feet west.
A Gale Warning is posted for all offshore waters, 40-240 nautical miles off our coasts.
- Guy Hagi