The weather forecast for tomorrow is as follows: Wind speeds are decreasing, but showers will still be increasing. Today is still expected to be a beautiful day.
The current temperature is 79 degrees with easterly winds at 18 miles per hour. Strong winds have mostly subsided, but there is still a potential for box jellies and moderate rainfall on the east shores.
The strong trade winds that we experienced over the weekend were generated by high pressure. Tomorrow, the winds will be back down to breezy conditions with gusts approaching 30 miles per hour. While it will still be windy, the winds will not be as strong as the past couple of days. Finally, we are expecting some rain, although most of it will be in the northwest of the Hawaiian Islands.
Kauai and Oahu will see the most wet weather, while Maui County and the Big Island will experience less rain. It is about time since it has been very dry.
Showers are moving quickly and will make things very wet for Oahu and Kauai. Tonight, Kauai will be the wettest island, but the showers will be sinking towards Oahu. There is a chance that Molokai may see some of this wet weather tomorrow. The rest of Maui County and the Big Island are not likely to see much precipitation outside of the typical windward showers caused by trade winds.
Tomorrow’s temperatures will be 68 degrees on the east side, 2 to 4 degrees for the north, and 1 to 3 degrees for the west and south. Box jellies will be possible for the next few days. The good news is that by the weekend, we will be done with the showers. There is a 40% chance of showers tomorrow, and the trades will be lighter, continuing..