Wednesday, September 30, 2015
Saturday, September 12, 2015
A moist and unstable air mass will maintain the Risk of heavy showers and thunderstorms through today across the western half of the island chain. Trade winds will gradually spread west from the Big Island to Kauai through Sunday night with the main focus of the showers returning to the windward and mountain areas. Unsettled weather may return for next weekend.
Posted by Karen Lang at 1:27 PM
Friday, September 11, 2015
Its been a long wait, but: The warm and humid conditions continue as light and variable winds are expected to prevail through the weekend. Locally heavy showers and a few thunderstorms are expected today and Saturday as moisture associated with post tropical cyclone Jimena, along with an upper level trough just to the northwest of Kauai will combine to bring unsettled weather. The heaviest rain will focus across the western half of the island chain. A return to a more typical trade wind weather pattern should begin early next week
Posted by Karen Lang at 10:53 AM
Saturday, September 5, 2015
It was actually windy enough for kiteboarding yesterday, x fingers for today! A band of moist and unstable air trailing south from the remnant of hurricane Ignacio will support spotty heavy showers and thunderstorms today. Drier weather will spread over the islands as the band of moisture moves away. Sea breezes will produce clouds and showers from the late mornings through the evenings with clearing skies during the late nights and early mornings. The weather during the second half of next week will depend on the track of hurricane Jimena.
Posted by Karen Lang at 11:07 AM
Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Muggy conditions and showery weather will prevail during the next several days, especially in the afternoon hours. Winds will become mostly southerly through much of the work week, then become light and variable during the upcoming weekend. The extended forecast will depend heavily on the track of hurricane Jimena, which should remain well to the northeast of the islands. A brief return to drier easterly winds is possible by early next week.
Posted by Karen Lang at 12:25 PM