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A cold front to the north will block most of the trade winds today. They will start to pick up Tuesday going into Wednesday and remain breezy and strong all the way thru the weekend. Surf remains small.
Sunny skies with some clouds this afternoon. Stable conditions and slow winds 5-10mph will give us nice conditions statewide today. Tomorrow there will be winds 0-5mph from the south, but a lot of those winds will be blocked by Hawaii Island which means light wnds for Ni’ihau thru Maui tomorrow.
We've got trade winds today, light/moderate for most of the state except Maui County which will see normal trades at 10-20mph. The drying trend today will be short-lived, with windward showers likely increasing again on Tuesday and Wednesday. An approaching front will bring light winds Thurs & Fri.
A Low Pressure system is responsible for the gusty winds, rain showers and cooler temperatures that will last thru today and most of tomorrow. When the low pressure moves off to the east, the trade winds will return in its place, probably Thursday going into Friday.
Lots of sunshine with some mauka and interior clouds and showers for most of the week; with daytime sea breezes and overnight land breezes prevailing Tuesday through Friday. Mostly stable and dry pattern expected through the remainder of the work week.
Strong and gusty trade winds are expected to stay with us through the weekend, with a rain showers in the forecast for the second half of the week as an upper level disturbance moves near the islands. A wind advisory now in effect for most areas of the state.
The air mass will stabilize starting today with some sunshine and trade winds building back in but showers riding in with the winds. Trades will be breezy today through the weekend. The upper low will move northeast of the state and will be replaced by more stable zonal flow aloft.
We will start to lose the trade winds today; there could be a slight increase in leeward shower activity today through Saturday allowing for some sea breeze driven shower development. Afternoon cloud build up is likely. Big Surf on the way for Sunday on North Shores.
Trade Winds are here today with some scattered showers except for Hawaii Island where they will have morning sunshine and afternoon clouds and showers. A small craft advisory remains posted until 6pm for waters East and South Maui, West and South Hawaii Island.
Light to moderate trade winds for the weekend; expect additional clouds and enhanced shower activity for Hawaii and Maui Islands tonight with the rest of the state to follow Saturday and Sunday, Kauai getting those conditions into Monday. Drier trends are forecast by the middle of next week.
Scattered clouds drifting along with the trade winds; which will mean continued windward and mauka showers thru Saturday with lots of sunshine for most of the state; the leeward side of Hawaii island will also see some afternoon clouds and pop-up showers.
Muhammed Ali airport, serving Louisville, Ky., announces airport therapy dogs. While you're not allowed to pet TSA dogs, a release says that when travelers spot the dogs, they're "free to approach them for quality cuddle time."
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