Weather Authority: Showers possible mainly south on Tuesday

Hot, Humid, Chance of Storms Monday

Hot, Humid, Chance of Storms Monday

Temperatures will crank up into the lower to mid 90s by the afternoon. There will be a slight chance of an isolated afternoon shower to the west, but most of the day will be fine with partly cloudy skies at times. While no severe weather is expected, some storms still could produce some heavy rain and gusty winds reducing visibility. We will see sunshine in the morning with clouds building by midday. High temperatures Saturday and Sunday will be in the lower 90s.

Not much around early this evening on 4Live Radar, but once the sun goes down, our rain chances go up. Once again, we could see an isolated shower or T'storm on Thursday afternoon with a weak cool front rolling through.

90° heat will hold for one more day before scattered storms bring an end to this recent hot stretch. Highs in the upper 80s.

Partly cloudy and warm tonight with spotty showers and thunderstorms possible, mainly north of the city.

Subtropical Storm Debby forms far out over the Atlantic
In addition, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is closing its Kahuku Unit in Ka'u, about an hour south of the main park entrance. Residents are advised to have an emergency survival kit ready in case the storm causes road closures and power outages.

Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, pm showers/storms. Highs Tuesday are forecast to reach the lower 80s inland, but mid-70s lakeside.

We are watching a non-tropical, surface low pressure system centered about 1200 miles southwest of the Azores.

Formation chance through 48 hours: Low (20%).

After a stretch where we couldn't buy a drop of rain, we can't rule it out in any of the next seven days.

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