Hawaii Windsurf & Kitesurfing Report
August 3-4, 2015
Synopsis: Here’s the latest (automatically updated) weather map showing a large, moderately strong, near 1026 millibar high pressure system…well to the north-northeast of the state. At the same time, there are troughs of low pressure well offshore to the east, and south…with hurricane Guillermo well offshore to the east-southeast. Our trade winds will remain active into Tuesday.
North and East Shores: Trade winds
South and West shores: Trade winds
Extended Forecast: The trades will remain active through Monday, then becoming lighter Tuesday. Then Wednesday-Thursday, the trades will shut down, as tropical cyclone Guillermo moves over…or by just to the northeast of Hawaii. If Guillermo moves right over us as a tropical storm…it will become blustery from variable directions. The trade winds will remain later Thursday or early Friday through the rest of the week…into next week.