The southerly flow is evident as the humidity levels continue to be elevated. It's sticky.
Overnight lows weren't that low.
Honolulu dipped only to 77 degrees.
With the high humidity, the "Feels Like" was 79 degrees to start the day.
It remains unstable aloft. That, with the flow of moisture from the south will create occasional showers that could sometimes be heavy.
There will be patches of hazy sunshine. Volcanic haze will be an issue through the weekend.
High today in Honolulu will be 82 degrees and feel much warmer.
Two more cold fronts are headed our way. The first one could make it wetter for Oahu on Friday. Saturday should be a bit drier and then the second front will roll through Sunday with heavy showers and some thunderstorms.
Cool, dry, northerly winds will build in behind that front on Tuesday and give us 2-3 days of very pleasant weather.
Surf is dangerously large along north and west shores of most islands today. An even bigger swell will roll in late Friday and peak on Saturday at warning levels.
Waves today will be 15-20 feet north, 10-15 feet west, 3-5 feet east, 2-4 feet south.
High Surf Advisory north and west shores of Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, and Molokai. North shores only for Maui.
Small Craft Advisory for most channel and coastal waters.
Wind Advisory for Big Island summits. Winds will be 35-45 mph with gusts to 55 mph.
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