A decrease in humidity and increase in trade winds tomorrow.
Radar indicated heavy rain and isolated thunderstorms over the Koolau range and spreading along the North Shore to the Waianae range.
This is the last peak of king tides of the summer.
Fernanda is expected to dissipate by Monday.
Coastal flooding associated with king tides will become a possibility each day going into the upcoming weekend.
We were told last month that solutions were in the works, but when we returned to the area, we saw nothing had changed.
The heat wave also is being felt across Nevada and California, too.
The heat could spell disaster for families heading to the mainland for a summer vacation.
A drier more stable airmass will then build into the islands Friday through early next week.
It was centered in the vicinity of the south flank of Kilauea Volcano and was reported at 7:01 a.m.
Friday’s high tide peaked at 5:07 p.m. and a high surf advisory remains in effect for south-facing shores through 6 a.m. Sunday.
The hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30.
The king tides are expected to peak Friday and Saturday at nearly 2.5 feet.
Certain environmental factors point to another active hurricane season.
Hawaii’s hurricane season begins June 1.
What started off as a fun trip in Windward Oahu quickly turned dangerous.
Mark your calendars: A potential battering is ahead in just a few weeks, what they call king tides.
Fire officials are warning drivers not to cross deep or fast moving water.
Experts say it’s a combination of high surf and high tide.
It was easily the biggest storm in a merciful winter that had mostly spared the region.