One more day of trade winds before we lose them

Weather Blog

A high pressure system northeast of the Hawaiian Islands will keep trade winds in the forecast with scattered overnight and early morning showers through Sunday.

A cold front approaching from the northwest will break down the ridge north of the islands as trade winds transition to light and variable from Monday into Tuesday.

A light easterly background wind flow will allow land and sea breezes to develop over leeward areas of each island from Tuesday through Friday.

Clouds and isolated to scattered showers during this period will favor windward mountain and interior sections of each island in the afternoon and early evening hours.

Small Craft Advisory in effect for portions of the state until Monday at 6:00 am.

The Hawaiian Moon Phase for Sunday night is known as “Kulu.”

This will be a good night to go fishing, and for you farmers, a good night to plant ‘Uala (sweet potato) and melons.

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