HONOLULU (KHON2) — Surface high pressure far north of the state will produce moderate to locally breezy trade winds through next weekend.
[Hawaii’s Weather Station – Latest in Hawaii weather]
A fairly dry trade wind weather pattern is expected early this week. An upper-level disturbance passing near the islands combined with increasing moisture around mid-week may cause an uptick in showers over most windward sections from Wednesday through Friday.
Expect a more typical dry trade wind weather to return by next weekend.
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