Maui Weather Wind and Waves

Maui Weather Wind and Waves
Maui Weather , Wind and Wave Information, Forecast and Observations

Monday, August 22, 2016

Winds will gradually decrease and veer toward the southeast during the next couple of days as high pressure weakens far to the northeast of the state and a trough develops northwest of the state. This will allow increasingly widespread afternoon seabreezes to develop. Showers will become more frequent, especially during the afternoons and early evenings, as a moist and somewhat unstable airmass moves across the area. Locally heavy rainfall and isolated thunderstorms will be possible on the Big Island during the afternoons early this week. High pressure will rebuild northeast of the area late this week, with a drier trade wind weather pattern returning to the islands Thursday and Friday.
Updated: 08/22/2016 3:25 am HST

Sunday, August 21, 2016

High pressure well northeast of the state will keep a light to moderate trade wind flow in place through Sunday. The trades will weaken during the first half of next week, with some deep tropical moisture overspreading the islands and resulting in some more unsettled weather. A more typical trade wind pattern will then return late next week as high pressure strengthens well to the north of the island chain.
Updated: 08/21/2016 3:39 am HST

Friday, July 29, 2016

A surface high to the north will keep trade winds blowing over the islands through the coming week. The trades will carry areas of tropical moisture over the islands while a passing low aloft will make the atmosphere unstable. This combination will keep the weather rainier than normal over much of the next week. Updated: 07/29/2016 9:37 am HST

Monday, July 25, 2016

Tropical Depression Darby will continue to bring unsettled weather to western portions of the state this morning as the system tracks northwestward and away from the Aloha state. Improving conditions are then expected to spread across the island chain from east to west through tonight. More typical trade wind weather will then return for the remainder of the work week as high pressure builds well northeast of the island chain. Updated: 07/25/2016 4:45 am HST

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Hot and muggy conditions will continue through the week. Trade winds will remain through today, bringing morning showers with clearing expected by the afternoon. Winds will become light from Sunday into Tuesday as the remnant low of Celia passes a couple hundred miles north of the islands. Deep tropical moisture will move over the islands from Sunday through Wednesday, fueling locally heavy showers for both windward and leeward areas. Trade winds will return Wednesday, possibly becoming breezy Thursday and Friday as the next tropical system approaches. Updated: 07/16/2016 3:40 am HST

Saturday, July 9, 2016

Breezy trade winds will prevail through today, with lighter trades expected Sunday, and into next week. Clouds and showers will continue to focus over windward areas, with a few showers reaching leeward locations during the night, and into the early morning hours. The leeward Big Island will continue to see afternoon and evening clouds and isolated showers with skies clearing overnight. Updated: 07/09/2016 9:58 am HST

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Moderate to locally breezy trade winds will prevail this week, but wind speeds are expected to ease late this weekend and early next week. Low clouds and showers will favor windward and mauka areas, with fewer showers expected overall after midweek. Leeward Big Island will see afternoon and evening cloudiness and a few showers, followed by clearer nights and mornings. Updated: 07/05/2016 3:30 pm HST