Your Aloha Monday calls for drier weather for Kauai and Oahu, but the remnant moisture from a front is still hanging on off of Maui County and Hawaii Island due to this weekend’s front.
This may trigger some rain for parts of the eastern end of the state for your Monday.
Then we will have to get ready for a wetter pattern Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday and another round of rain Thursday.
First, we will be tracking a weak front and an unstable air mass that may trigger some thunderstorms and then light winds will remain in the forecast through early Friday.
This set up may allow for periods of heady rain due to light winds and a convective pattern with moisture to our south.
This may need a Flash Flood Watch to be posted. Stay tuned.
The only alert up for your Monday is a High Surf Advisory for north and west facing shores.
Have a beautiful Monday. The weather will become more and more active with a wetter pattern on Tuesday (starting for the western end of the state) and then again Thursday.
These days will be First Alert days with heavy rain a possibility.
- Jennifer Robbins
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