Wet weather will continue today with additional rain shower bands moving up from the south in an unstable tropical environment.
A large low pressure system and weak cold front remain northwest of the state, keeping a hot and humid southerly flow pattern over the state for one more day. This low will continue to drift slowly northward with a low pressure trough over the islands weakening as the subtropical ridge builds back into the region. Deep tropical moisture lingers over the islands enhancing shower activity across the region. Higher shower trends are forecast from Oahu to Maui.
Some of these showers will become locally heavy at times with an elevated potential for localized flooding and isolated thunderstorms.