Heavy rain, gusty winds, large surf and summit snow…all in the forecast for Valentine’s Thursday

Weather Blog

A trough of low pressure will develop east of the state tonight, then slowly track westward over the next few days.

This will keep an unsettled showery pattern in place across much of the state, particularly the smaller islands, with showers most prevalent over windward and mauka areas.

Low pressure will move over the islands this weekend, disrupting the trades, and resulting in daytime sea breezes and overnight land breezes in many areas.

Showers will favor interior and mauka areas during the day and locations near the coast at night this weekend.

A convergent band of deep tropical moisture may bring a threat for heavy rainfall to the islands early next week.

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