The trade winds were light today due to a weaker high pressure system that is also moving away from the state.
This allowed some afternoon showers to pop up for some leeward areas, but mostly dry conditions for the state.
Due to a developing weak upper level disturbance to the east of the state, Maui and Hawai’i islands seen more windward and mauka showers than the rest of the state.
The west end and most leeward areas were mostly dry today.
A new high pressure system will make its way north of the island by tomorrow evening, which will strengthen our trade winds again.
This will also slightly increase the windward and mauka showers Thursday into Friday.
By the time we get to the weekend, we should be back to mostly dry conditions with breezy trade winds.
We can see clouds rolling in, but not much moisture will be associated with those clouds.
Easter Sunday is looking to be mostly sunny skies with dry conditions.
The Hawaiian Moon Phase for tonight is known as “Hua.”
This is a good night to go fishing, and for you farmers, a good night to plant ‘Uala (sweetpotato), Ipu (watermelon; gourd), and Friut Plants.