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Windy trade winds will persist through tomorrow before a softening trend begins. During the second half of the week, models are in agreement for a band of showers to move through the islands Wednesday evening. Wetter conditions moves in Thursday through at least Friday due to a front settling near t
Dry and breezy conditions today with mostly to partly sunny skies plus windward and mauka showers drifting leeward at times, but that will change. Starting tomorrow an upper level trough along with an influx of moisture from the east and southeast, will likely increase trade wind shower coverage.
Mostly Sunny skies are in the forecast but conditions are changing. By the end of today, the winds will start to trend down and become light and variable by Wednesday. The winds will rebuild as a new high pressure area builds towards the end of the week. By Christmas Day, the winds will be strong.
The disturbance that has been affecting Hawaii’s weather has begun to pull away from the state. As we transition to breezy trade winds, high pressure will build to the north. This will mean trade wind weather and will actually bring strong and gusty trades by Monday.
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.
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.