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Warm Temperatures Continue to Hang Around

July 20, 2015, 8:56 AM HST
* Updated July 20, 8:57 AM
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Today

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Warm temperatures across the island are expected to continue, with high temperatures ranging between  85°-89° degrees. Occasional scattered showers and variable winds are expected to slightly cool things down. Winds are forecast between 5-15 miles per hour.

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Tonight

Windward areas will continue to see some scattered showers into the evening with partly to mostly cloudy conditions. On the leeward side, however, another nice night is expected with mostly clear conditions.. Variable winds will continue at the 5-15 mph range with lows between 71°-76°

Looking Ahead

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Trade winds are expected back later in the week, with wind speeds building up to 10-20 mph by Thursday. That should help to bring more comfortable conditions around the island. Scattered showers are still expected, mainly in East Hawai’i.

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