FIRST ALERT: Trade winds will bring a few showers and first week of Fall looking nice!

Showers ride in over the trades at times
Tracking trade winds into the next several days
Published: Feb. 24, 2022 at 3:27 AM HST|Updated: 22 hours ago
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Good Monday evening. It is the first full week of Fall.... and it will be nice!

Trade winds are here for quite some time! A high pressure system far northwest of the Hawaiian Islands will continue to keep moderate to locally breezy trade winds in the forecast through the week. Passing windward and mountain showers will develop during the overnight to early morning hours in this pattern.

More isolated showers are possible over leeward areas. A slight increase in these shower trends may develop from Thursday night into the weekend. ADLIB WEATHER

Surf along south facing shores will remain up through Tuesday due to a fresh, long-period southwest swell that is filling in. Surf along north facing shores will remain above flat levels through much of this week. A small north pulse is due on Tuesday. Moderate, rough surf along east facing shores may drop slightly on Monday, then increase around mid-week due to strengthening of the trade winds.

Wishing you blue skies and much aloha

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