Forecast: Approaching cold front to bring vog, rains
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Typical tradewind conditions will hold firm through Tuesday with scattered windward showers and a few isolated showers for leeward sides. Rainfall totals will be light to moderate.
An approaching cold front will push the tradewinds out by Wednesday with light southerly winds taking over through Thursday. The front will increase moisture over the state with Thursday looking to be the wettest day. The wind shift will also allow a buildup of vog and haze along with increasing humidity levels.
A new moderate northwest pulse is due Tuesday, but a possible warning level swell is shaping up for Thursday night. South shores might get a moderate boost on Wednesday holding through Friday.