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Forecast: Less stable atmosphere means more showers

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A slightly less stable atmosphere will mean an increase in showers across the state today through Thursday. Nothing heavy is expected, but roads will be wet and a bit slippery. Drive with caution.

Sunshine and blue sky will be seen over leeward neighborhoods for sure, and at times windward. Winds are light trades and will be overruled by developing land and sea breezes at times.

The high in Honolulu today will be 85 degrees.

Surf has dropped enough that the advisories have been allowed to expire. A new WNW is due late Thursday and it's expected to be warning sized.

Surf today will be 10-14 north, 6-10 west, 3-4 feet east, 1-3 feet south.

Small Craft Advisory for most windward waters.

- Dan Cooke

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