Hawaii Windsurf & Kitesurfing Report
April 21-22, 2015
Synopsis: Here’s the latest (automatically updated) weather map showing a high pressure system to the north of the islands…with an associated ridge to our northwest. At the same time, we have an elongated zone of low pressure located well to the south of Hawaii in the deeper tropics. This pattern of weather features will continue our locally strong and gusty trade winds…gradually easing up Wednesday and turning southeast locally.
North and East Shores: Gusty trade winds…then lighter
South and West shores: Gusty trade winds…then lighter
Extended Forecast: This trade wind flow will continue…remaining strong and gusty. These blustery trades will back down and shift to the southeast around the middle of this week, at least around the Kauai side of the island chain…as a low pressure system approaches the state.