Windward showers will provide slightly more rain than normal with more stable weather to return.
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Fernanda is expected to dissipate by Monday.
Certain environmental factors point to another active hurricane season.
While some of those storms will ease as night falls, the threat of heavy rain remains through Friday.
The heavy rains are focused over Molokai, Lanai, and Maui and slowly moving west.
The rain started to scale back by the afternoon, with the exception of Maui County and over the Kona Coast.
A high wind warning has been extended for areas on Hawaii Island through 6 p.m. Sunday.
A moist and somewhat unstable storm system could lead to more frequent showers, especially during the afternoons and early evenings.
The best chances for flash flooding will be over the northern end of the state.
Don’t put your umbrellas away just yet.
The remnants could disturb our trade winds, so get ready for muggy conditions next week, especially Sunday through Tuesday.
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Much of Honolulu was shrouded in vog and, due to light and variable winds, it won’t be leaving anytime soon.
Trade winds strengthening by Wednesday to near 30 mph.
Much of what was over Oahu is now headed east to Maui.