Land & Sea Breeze Pattern Continues
A Small Craft Advisory is posted for windward coastal waters of the Big Island and the Alenuihaha channel.
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A stable land and sea breeze pattern will continue into Tuesday. Clouds and isolated light showers will favor afternoon hours and overnight land breezes will lead to clearing and rather dry conditions over most areas at night. A weak front will move down the island chain on Wednesday, bringing increased northerly winds and modest rainfall to mainly windward facing slopes. Moderate trade wind flow will return for Thursday and Friday, with winds easing again next weekend.
Hazy skies are in the forecast. Variable winds are expected today up to 10 mph. Mostly sunny skies are forecast with clouds building in the afternoon as the sea breeze kicks in. Isolated showers are possible in the afternoon. High temperatures from 79° to 84°.
UV index at 7 (“high” exposure level)
Variable winds are expected up to 10 mph. Low temperatures from 63° to 68°. Skies are expected to clear overnight as the land breeze kicks in.
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