ruz predicts that tomorrow will be much drier for the islands, but still a beautiful day with partly cloudy skies. The trade winds will not be as strong as they were a couple of days ago, and things are calming down tonight. While there was a lot of rain earlier, the only weather threat for the short term is box jellies and some moderate east shore surf. Next week, the winds will be a big factor, with sustained winds of 10 to 15 miles per hour tomorrow, but potentially stronger winds of 25 to 35+ miles per hour, even exceeding 50 miles per hour in gusts, on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
This week will bring more rain compared to the previous week, hopefully helping to keep brush fires at bay. There is also a storm system northwest of the Hawaiian Islands, but it will not affect the islands, just linger there and break apart. The islands will remain dry until next weekend. Today there are still some showers, mostly for Kauai, but they are slowly drying out.
Tomorrow will be another dry day, with maybe a stray shower or two for Oahu. Not much is happening for Maui, but it was quite wet for some parts earlier.
The drier areas have quieted down, and the rain has moved offshore. The Hilo side of the Big Island is very dry, but the east shores still have strong winds. There is a concern of 68 box jellies until Thursday, but they will clear out for the weekend.
Cruz advises enjoying the current good weather because it will be nice until at least Friday, with even Sunday still being decent despite the first day of strong winds up to 30 miles per hour. The winds will increase to 35 miles per hour on Monday and Tuesday, but at least there will be some sun to go with it..