A wet weather pattern has developed and will bring lines of showers as several low pressure systems track across the state.
Humid and voggy south to southwest winds will continue through Thursday. Don't expect to see much sunshine today.
High in Honolulu today will be a sticky 81 degrees.
The first line of showers is moving into the islands from the west this morning producing showers over Kauai and Oahu. This system will spread clouds and showers down the island chain to Maui County later this afternoon.
A second line brings showers across the islands from west to east starting on Wednesday morning. Deep moisture will continue to hang over the islands through the week with a weak cold front sweeping a third round of showers through the state on late Thursday and Friday.
Trade winds could briefly return on Saturday in a continued humid and cloudy weather pattern.
Surf is smaller all around. It looks like the winter wave season may not be over.
The National Weather Service extended surf forecast talks about a northwest swell next Monday that could approach warning levels. We'll see.
Waves today will be 4-7 feet north, 2-4 feet west, 1-3 feet east and south.
Wind Advisory for the Big Island summits effective 11 a.m. Winds will be 45-55 mph with gusts greater than 65 mph.
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