Enjoy the next three days, because more stormy weather is in the forecast for next week.
Breezy north winds are bringing us very dry, cool conditions and a very stable atmosphere.
Wind speeds will be 15-25 mph with some stronger gusts.
Overnight lows were in the 60s for most neighborhoods. Higher elevations dipped into the 50s. Today's highs will peak in the upper 70s and feel cooler if you aren't in direct sunlight. High in Honolulu should be 78 degrees.
The weather could be a bit warmer and wetter Saturday and Sunday, but not by much.
Next week is when we will see a dramatic change. Wet and stormy weather could start as early as Tuesday and last most of the week.
Surf has come up to advisory levels overnight along most north and west shores. An even bigger northwest swell is possible late Sunday and Monday.
Waves today will be 14-20 feet north, 10-14 feet west, 3-5 feet east, 2 feet or less south.
High Surf Advisory for north and west shores of Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, and Molokai. North shores only for Maui.
Small Craft Advisory for all Hawaii coastal and channel waters.
High Wind Warning for Big Island summits. North winds will be 35-60 mph with gust greater than 65 mph.
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