Some night and early morning misting on the mountains.
Waikiki has been dry and really nice trades to keep it cool.
Should be good to go for a while.
jet....thanks so much for the info...i really appreciate you taking the time out to keep me updated on the weather.
mahalo and aloha....one more sleep until we arrive in paradise.
Don't fret about the weather. It almost always rains every single day somewhere on the island. The daily showers keep things cooler and green. Unless you have a major storm moving through the islands, you will have daily mauka showers that only occassionally make it to the beaches of Waikiki. The windward side has a bit more but this time of year is usually great over there, as well.
It's been dry as a bone for the last couple of days. Not a drop in Waikiki. Going to the north shore today, looks pretty dry up there too. There is a tropical depression way out in the east Pacific. It's supposed to fizzle out but we may get some rain from it but not until late Saturday afternoon.
For the best weather report use this site. Just remember any report more than 2 days out is suspect!! www.hawaiiweathertoday.com
thanks everyone for the ever so helpful tips on weather...with great appreciation.
24 more hours until i am in paradise.....yahooooooooooooooo....
This is what you need:
Stay away from the Weather Channel.
So far in August there has been a total rainfall accumulation of "trace" and the average High and Low have been 88 and 75 F.
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