O‘ahu Sunrise

Even though there are cold fronts and low pressure systems in the majority of the Pacific Ocean, it is unlikely that any will affect us. The closest front not only has a northeastward path, but it seems to arc in a way that will move over and away from us. That being said, we are not free from any kind of precipitation. A moisture plume from the east is moving over the islands and this plume will cause widespread haze with a good chance of isolated showers throughout the week.

Five-Day Forecast

Monday – Isolated showers with widespread haze. High in the lower to mid 80s and Low in the upper 60s with variable winds. 20-30 percent chance of precipitation after 1pm.

Tuesday – Isolated showers with widespread haze. High in the lower to mid 80s and Low in the upper 60s with Northeast winds ranging from 5-10 mph. 20-30 percent chance of precipitation.

Wednesday – Isolated showers with widespread haze. High in the lower to mid 80s and Low in the upper 60s with Northeast winds ranging from 5-10 mph. 20-30 percent chance of precipitation.

Thursday – Isolated showers with widespread haze. High in the lower to mid 80s and Low in the upper 60s with Northeast winds ranging from 5-10 mph. 20-30 percent chance of precipitation.

Friday – Isolated showers with widespread haze. High in the the upper 70s to lower 80s  and Low in the upper 60s with Northeast winds ranging from 5-10 mph. 20-30 percent chance of precipitation.