More showers coming our way as a muggy air mass takes over

April 2, 2020 at 6:26 PM

Jennifer Robbins

Meteorologist

Jennifer Robbins

Hawaiian Islands (Hawaii News Now) - A storm moving in from far northwest of the state on Friday will cause trade winds to veer out of the southeast, leading to rain prone conditions that will produce spotty showers, briefly heavy at times, in the afternoon to early evening hours. Winds will turn more southerly on Friday and the weekend, likely drawing up deeper moisture over the islands and fueling more shower activity. A convergent cloud band with the low will develop over the state starting Friday night keeping unsettled weather in the long range forecast through Tuesday.

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