It's been a chilly few days in the islands, at least on Hawaii standards.
In fact, several spots registered record lows, according to the National Weather Service.
Lihue saw record lows all week, with temps dropping to 61 degrees on Monday.
Meanwhile, the temperature in Kahului dropped to a record 58 degrees on Monday, 10 degrees lower than normal.
And in Hilo, it was a brisk 60 degrees on Monday (also a record low).
We've had a few unseasonably cool mornings across the State as a low pressure system sends cooler and drier air our way from the north. As a result, several places set new record low temps! Winds will begin shifting back to a more typical trade pattern over the coming days. #HIwxpic.twitter.com/fFafILVkpl