It’s setting up to be a chilly start to the day with trade winds continuing to stick around Thursday.
Cooler and drier air filled in following the cold front that passed the islands from the north.
Portions of the state waking up to temperatures in the 60’s.
An area of high pressure that remains to the northwest of the state is delivering the islands a northeasterly flow which is bringing low temperatures and strong winds.
Passing windward and mauka showers will continue Thursday.
The chilly temperatures will stick around through the rest of the forecast period.