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Dec
30
2011

Hawaii Weather Overview

Trade winds are finally retreating now, although won’t go completely away this weekend. Dry conditions will limit showers everywhere…with only a few light ones here and there through the weekend. Happy New Year everyone! * Hawaii Weather Overviews will no longer be issued on a daily basis, but rather only through Special Weather Summaries when …

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Dec
29
2011

Hawaii Weather Overview

Trade winds will remain quite gusty, reaching up between 30 to 40+ mph in those windiest areas today, gradually calming down through the rest of this last week of 2011…a few passing windward showers at times. Hawaiian Weather Synopsis:  The trade winds, which have been blustery most of this month, aren’t calming down just yet, …

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Dec
28
2011

Hawaii Weather Overview

Trade winds will remain quite gusty, reaching up between 30 to 40 mph in those windiest areas today, gradually calming down through the rest of this last week of 2011…passing windward showers at times. Hawaiian Weather Synopsis:   The trade winds are getting towards the end of their long lasting windy regime. The winds are still …

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Dec
27
2011

Hawaii Weather Overview

Trade winds will remain strong and gusty, reaching up between 30 to 50 mph in those windiest areas today, gradually calming down through the rest of this last week of 2011, passing windward showers at times…spreading over into the leeward sides here and there. Rough and choppy ocean conditions, especially on the north and east …

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Dec
23
2011

Hawaii Weather Overview

Trade winds will remain strong and gusty, reaching up between 30 to 50 mph in those windiest areas, continuing through the rest of this week into the early part of next week, passing windward showers at times…spreading over into the leeward sides here and there. Rough and choppy ocean conditions, especially on the north and …

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