Forecast: Increased humidity, vog expected as cold front approaches islands
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An approaching cold front is in the process of shifting our winds. Southerly winds are expected to takeover Thursday with higher humidity levels, more vog, and afternoon clouds producing isolated showers.
Moisture from the front will linger over the state through the weekend. An upper level disturbance is expected to drop in and enhance the moisture with possible thunderstorms and heavy rainfall popping up from Saturday through possibly Tuesday.
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Surf is slightly elevated north and west today. The south side will get bigger starting tomorrow and wave heights could approach 8 feet which would trigger a High Surf Advisory Friday.
Small Craft Advisory for the Alenuihaha Channel and all Hawaii Island coastal waters.