Forecast: Lighter winds with spotty showers to linger into the weekend
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The breezy winds will ease starting Wednesday.
Winds will veer out of the east-southeast Thursday and Friday, which will allow land and sea breezes to affect island weather.
Other than a few windward showers, the land breezes will lead to mostly clear skies during nights and mornings, while afternoon sea breezes will lead to clouds and a few showers over leeward and interior areas.
Light to moderate trade winds are expected this weekend, with limited rainfall expected.
The current small northwest swell will lower gradually through Thursday.
A new long-period south swell will peak late Wednesday through early Thursday, then lower late Thursday through Friday.
Surf heights may approach low-end advisory levels during the peak of this swell. A slightly smaller south swell is expected over the weekend.
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