HONOLULU (KHON2) – Stormy weather hits portions of the state today as a cold front sweeps across the state.
Heavy showers and thunderstorms took place due to an upper level low and its associated cold front.
Hawai’i island did not see stormy weather today, but the cold front boundary reach Hawai’i island earlier this evening.
As the cold front continues to move eastward, it is weakening so the threat of thunderstorms for Hawai’i island on Sunday is no longer.
The cold front will move east of Hawai’i island by Sunday, which then a cooler and drier airmass will fill in behind it.
Winds will be coming in from the northwest Sunday and Monday, but then winds will become light and variable Tuesday and Wednesday due to a weak low pressure system lingering north of the islands.
Trade winds will return by Thursday, bringing the main focus of showers back to the windward and mauka areas.
Because of the strong winds, we have a few advisories posted, including a Wind Advisory, High Wind Warning and a Small Craft Advisory.
All advisories and warning will be in effect until Sunday at 6pm.
The Hawaiian Moon Phase for tonight is known as “Hoaka.”
This is a good night to fish, but for you farmers, an unproductive night to plant.
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