Pillbox sunrise

The weather system that will likely affect Hawai‘i in the near future includes a cold front which is several hundred miles to the Northwest of Hawai‘i which may result in rain showers and a dip in temperature which will last for several days.

Unlike last week when there was a high pressure system that deflected that cold front away from the Hawaiian Islands, there is now a high pressure system behind the cold front that is on a path to the state, which means there is no way that this cold front is going to miss us.

5 Day Forecast

Monday: Rain Showers throughout the day. High in the High 70s and Low in the High 60s with southwest winds ranging from 10 to 16mph. 60% to 70% chance of precipitation.

Tuesday: Mostly to Partly Cloudy. High in the Low 80s and Low in the High 60s with southwest winds ranging from 5 to 10 mph. Less than 10% chance of precipitation.

Wednesday: Mostly to Partly Cloudy. High in the Low to Mid 80s and Low in the High 60s with little to no winds. 10% to 20% chance of precipitation.

Thursday: Mostly to Partly Sunny. High in the Low to Mid 80s and Low in the High 60s with southwest winds ranging from 5 to 10 mph. Less than 10% chance of precipitation

Friday: Mostly to Partly Cloudy. High in the Mid 80s and Low in the High 60s with southwest winds ranging from 5 to 10 mph. Less than 10% chance of precipitation