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Dec
08
2011

Hawaii Weather Overview

Gradually strengthening trade winds,  windward biased showers for the most part…still large surf along our north and west facing beaches into Friday. Hawaiian Weather Synopsis:  The trade winds remain well established across our Hawaiian Islands today, with little change expected through the next week…other than a possible strengthening after this weekend. The main instigator here …

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Dec
07
2011

Hawaii Weather Overview

Gradually strengthening trade winds,  windward biased showers for the most part…larger surf along our north and west facing beaches Thursday. Hawaiian Weather Synopsis:  The trade winds have begun their strengthening process today, with some gusts reaching the mid 30 mph mark, on both Lanai and Oahu at the time of this writing. These winds are …

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Dec
06
2011

Hawaii Weather Overview

Gradually strengthening trade winds,  windward biased showers for the most part…larger surf along our north and west facing beaches. Hawaiian Weather Synopsis:  As was the case yesterday, and which will remain the case through the rest of this week…the trade winds are in force of our local weather circumstances. These moderately strong winds are being …

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Dec
05
2011

Hawaii Weather Overview

Light to moderately strong winds,  windward biased showers for the most part Hawaiian Weather Synopsis:  The main emphasis this week will be the late autumn trade wind flow across the Hawaiian Islands. There will be minor fluctuations in the wind directions and speeds along the way, although in general…maintain a moderately strong stance. The computer …

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Dec
02
2011

Hawaii Weather Overview

Light to moderately strong winds,  windward biased showers on the Big Island, Maui, and Kauai…reaching Oahu with time. Hawaiian Weather Synopsis: The rulers of our Hawaiian Island weather picture continue to be a dissipating weak cold front near Kauai…and a weak trough of low pressure near the Big Island. We could call these features bookends, …

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