Heavy Rain and Thunderstorms in the Deep South and portions of the east coast

A slow moving frontal boundary will continue to bring areas of heavy rain and thunderstorms in the Deep South and East coast early this week. A low pressure system will keep conditions wet and cool through mid-week in the Upper Midwest. High pressure over the west will shift east allowing cooling along the coast, and intensifying the heat for the interior Pacific NW and Great Basin.
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Last Update: 936 AM HST MON MAY 29 2017

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Honolulu, HI Local Forecast Office

10NM NNE Kahuku HI

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Synopsis: A WEAK TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL SHIFT NORTHWEST AND WEAKEN BY TUESDAY NIGHT. HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD NORTH OF THE AREA TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY.

Rest Of Today
Winds variable less than 10 knots. Wind waves 3 feet. Mixed swell north 3 feet and south 3 feet. Isolated showers.
Tonight
East winds 10 knots. Wind waves 3 feet. North swell 3 feet after midnight. Swell south 3 feet. Scattered showers.
Tuesday
East winds 10 knots. Wind waves 4 feet. North swell 4 feet. Scattered showers in the morning...then isolated showers in the afternoon.
Tuesday Night
East winds 15 knots. Wind waves 5 feet. Northwest swell 4 feet. Scattered showers.
Wednesday
East winds 20 knots. Wind waves 5 feet. Northwest swell 4 feet. Scattered showers in the morning...then isolated showers in the afternoon.
Wednesday Night
East winds 20 knots. Wind waves 6 feet. Northwest swell 3 feet. Scattered showers.
Thursday
East winds 20 knots. Wind waves 7 feet. Northwest swell 3 feet. Scattered showers.
Friday
East winds 20 knots. Wind waves 7 feet. Northwest swell 3 feet. Scattered showers.
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Last Update: 936 AM HST MON MAY 29 2017
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