HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Light winds and mostly dry weather will continue Tuesday, with sea breezes bringing some clouds and a few showers to inland areas and slopes in the afternoon.
A cold front is expected to move over the western islands on Wednesday, bringing strong northeast winds and increased rain to Kauai and Oahu. It will slowly move west and weaken before Thursday into Friday, with showers favoring the western end of the state.
Moderate trade winds and local wind will return later this week, with very dry conditions on Saturday giving way to breezy conditions from Sunday into early next week.
A high surf advisory is in effect for beaches north of Niihau to Maui, including beaches west of Niihau and Kauai, which may end as early as 6 a.m. this morning.
Over the past couple of hours, the far offshore boats have dropped a few feet, which should translate into lower surf levels today.
A larger, but shorter, northerly front is expected to arrive tomorrow and could bring an advisory low to northern coasts tomorrow night and Thursday before easing Thursday night into Saturday.
It will also likely bring SCA surface seas to light waters. A bit bigger and longer southerly surf is expected tomorrow through Saturday.
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