First Alert Forecast: Breezy trade winds to continue through Thursday
Enhanced trade showers possible this weekend
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Breezy trade winds expected today, but weakening day by day into the weekend.
Passing showers mostly windward and mauka sections, overnights and early mornings.
Enhanced trade showers are in the forecast for the weekend. So far, no cyclones are expected in the next seven days in the Eastern and Central Pacific.
WAVES: South shorelines surf slowly declining as the SSW swell eases. Another SSE swell possible this weekend. North shore has a small NE swell tomorrow. East facing shores will get a rough and choppy small bump mostly due to the strong and gusty trades
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