HONOLULU (KHON2) — A surface high pressure system centered northeast of the islands will maintain trade winds across the area through early next week.
Trades are currently light to moderate, but a boost will come this Friday to locally strong, and continue through Saturday night as the high shifts closer to the islands.
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A gradual softening of the trades will then follow through Monday as a surface trough approaches the islands from the east.
An upper level disturbance accompanying the low level feature will help enhance some of the showers on Monday.
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There are no watches, warnings or advisories at this time.