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No trade winds any time soon. Hot and MUGGY weather continues into next week. We have a front near Kauai that is moving slowly. Heavy showers and thunderstorms could develop anywhere, but the greatest threat for flooding rainfall will be over Kauai County and Oahu through tomorrow.
Hot and MUGGY weather continues thru the weekend into next week. We have a front near Kauai that is moving slowly. Heavy showers and thunderstorms could develop anywhere, but the greatest threat for flooding rainfall will be over Kauai County and Oahu through today into tomorrow.
The trade winds have gone away as a cold front approaches, bringing rain and possible thunderstorms for the west end of the state with the central and eastern ends having land and sea breeze patterns. Cold front also pulling moisture from the south.
Light to moderate trade winds continue through the week, with clouds and showers favoring windward and mountain areas each day. The best chance for showers will be through the overnight and early morning hours as some limited moisture moves through, with a few pm interior and leeward showers
Dry trade wind weather is expected thru till Wednesday night; the trades will back off slightly as a frontal system brings us a few more showers for a couple of days then back to your regularly scheduled sunshine. Those rain showers won’t be of the heavy variety, but the added rain is welcome.
Trade Wind Weather continues for all islands with lots of sunshine and light to moderate trade winds; low clouds and brief showers favoring windward facing slopes, especially during the overnight and early morning hours. few windward and mauka clouds and showers drifting leeward at times.
Hawaii continues to enjoy moderate trade winds through early next week. There may be a slight increase in trade wind speeds tonight and Saturday. Otherwise lots of sunshine with windward and mauka clouds drifting leeward at times. Surf: Trade wind swell on east facing shores.
Today and tomorrow an upper level disturbance northwest of Kauai and a lowlevel trough drifting into the Hawaii region from the east will bring periods of enhanced showers over all islands today and tomorrow, especially in the overnight and early morning hours.
More great trade wind weather; that means lots of sunshine with windward and mauka showers drifting leeward at times. Winds will be Easterly 10-15 mph today and will last us through the week; daytime temperatures near 90 degrees.
High Pressure moves a little farther north of the state will bring lots of sunshine with lighter trade winds and a, with a few isolated showers for the Hawaiian Islands. The winds will be mostly light 5-15 mph with the exception of Maui County which will see slightly stronger 10-20 mph winds.
High pressure north of the state will keep breezy conditions around one more day with passing trade showers across the state. Winds 15-20 mph will become Easterly 10-15mph starting tomorrow and will last us through the week; daytime temperatures near 90 degrees.
Today the trade wind fan continues to bring us steady winds and trade showers. Saturday will find a more drier and stable trade wind pattern through Sunday. Trades will become brisk through this time as high pressure strengthens to the north, but should trend down through first half of next week.
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.