The moist tropical air mass responsible for all the rain recently is dissipating and moving northwest away from the state.
Drier conditions are taking over with only a few scattered showers passing through with light to moderate rainfall amounts. Typical tradewind conditions will prevail through the middle of next week.
Tropical Storm Orlene is weakening and should be a tropical depression soon. It continues on a path towards the state and might bring moisture by Wednesday or Thursday of next week.
A solid northwest swell is due in Saturday with decent wind conditions. The current head high south swell will hold through the weekend.
- Guy Hagi
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