• Admin

Island of Hawaii Weather Forecast for May 27th, 2021

Here's your Island of Hawaii Weather Forecast for Thursday, May 27th, 2021.

Published by: HIRSC - Weather Team

info@hiradioscannercommunity.com


Here's your HIRSC - Thursday Weather Forecast for Hawaii Island:


Sunrise: 5:45 am/Sunset: 6:57 pm


Synopsis:


A stable air mass continues to prevail over the Island of Hawaii and a normal weather pattern has taken over in most areas around the Island of Hawaii. However, hot and humid conditions will still persist over the island, making forecast temperatures feel warmer by a few degrees. For the most part, the Island of Hawaii will see mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies with some areas of the island seeing scattered to isolated showers. The Interior section of Hawaii Island may see a possible isolated thunderstorm during the afternoon hours, which could bring hail and frost to some parts of the slopes of Maunakea and Maunaloa.


Winds around the Island of Hawaii in most areas will remain fairly light with the Hāmākua Coast, Kapa'au (includes Upolu Point to Pololu Valley), and Na'alehu areas seeing breezy conditions with gust possibly reaching up to 28 mph.


All coastal lines around Hawaii Island will see higher than normal tides (King Tides) over the next few days, which could lead to minor or nuisance coastal flooding in some areas. Related to Supermoon that peaked on Tuesday night/early Wednesday morning. High Tide will range from 2.41 to 2.65 feet on Thursday afternoon.


East Hawaii (Includes South Hilo and Puna Districts):

  • Isolated to Scattered showers throughout East Hawaii, happening in the afternoon and early evening hours on Wednesday. Some areas will see mostly cloudy conditions. 35 to 55% chance of rain for the East Hawaii Region of Hawaii Island. (It's pretty much the same forecast for the next few days, just a heads up lol).

  • Winds

  • Kurtistown: East-Northeast up to 11 mph then becoming Light and Variable

  • Pāhoa: Northwest becoming East-Northeast up to 13 mph

  • Hilo: Light and Variable becoming East-Northeast up to 10 mph

  • Temps on Thursday

  • High ranging from 77 to 81

  • Low ranging from 62 to 66

Hāmākua Coast (North Hilo to Hāmākua Districts):

  • Isolated to Scattered showers throughout Hāmākua and North Hilo District, happening in the afternoon and early evening hours on Wednesday. Some areas will see mostly cloudy conditions. 20 to 45% chance of rain for the Hāmākua Coast. (It's pretty much the same forecast for the next few days, just a heads up lol).

  • Winds

  • Honoka'a: East up to 14 mph and Gust up to 20 mph

  • Laupāhoehoe: South-Southeast up to 14 mph and Gust up to 18 mph

  • Temps on Thursday

  • High ranging from 73 to 79

  • Low ranging from 61 to 65

North Hawaii (North and South Kohala Districts including the Kohala Coast):

  • Mostly Sunny Skies in the AM and Isolated to Scattered Showers in the afternoon hours, particularly in the mauka sections of North Hawaii Region. Some areas will see partly cloudy conditions. 25 to 50% chance of rain for the North Hawaii Region of Hawaii Island. (It's pretty much the same forecast for the next few days, just a heads up lol).

  • Winds

  • Kamuela: Northeast up to 16 mph and Gust up to 26 mph

  • Kapa'au: East up to 18 mph and Gust up to 26 mph

  • Puakō: East up to 13 mph then becoming Light and Variable

  • Waikoloa Village: North-Northeast becoming East at 15 mph and Gust up to 21 mph.

  • Temps on Thursday

  • High ranging from 75 to 84

  • Low ranging from 53 to 69

Saddle Region of Hawaii Island (Includes Maunakea, Pōhakuloa, Ka'ohe, and Maunaloa):

  • Mostly Sunny Skies in the AM and Isolated to Scattered Showers with possible thunderstorms in the afternoon hours throughout parts of the Saddle Region of Hawaii Island. Some areas will see partly cloudy conditions. 20 to 35% chance of rain for the Saddle Region of Hawaii Island. (It's pretty much the same forecast for the next few days, just a heads up lol).

  • Winds

  • Pōhakuloa: Light and Variable becoming West up to 11 mph

  • Waiki'i: Light and Variable becoming North up to 14 mph and Gust up to 18 mph

  • Pu'uhuluhulu: Light and Variable becoming East up to 5 mph

  • Hale Pōhaku: Light and Variable becoming South up to 6 mph

  • Temps on Thursday

  • High ranging from 69 to 71

  • Low ranging from 45 to 53

Kona Coast (North and South Kona Districts):

  • A more stable convective weather pattern, mostly sunny skies in the morning and afternoon clouds, and scattered showers along the Kona Coast, showers may continue into the evening hours and clear just after midnight. 30 to 50% chance of rain across the Kona Coast. (It's pretty much the same forecast for the next few days, just a heads up lol).

  • Winds

  • Kailua-Kona: South up to 10 mph

  • Hōlualoa: Southwest up to 10 mph

  • Hōnaunau: Southwest up to 10 mph

  • Temps on Thursday

  • High ranging from 79 to 84

  • Low ranging from 65 to 69

South Hawaii (Entire District of Ka'ū):

  • Mostly Sunny Skies in the AM and scattered showers in the Pāhala and Volcano area, happening in the afternoon and early evening hours on Thursday. Some areas will see mostly cloudy conditions. 35 to 60% chance of rain throughout the Ka'ū District. (It's pretty much the same forecast for the next few days, just a heads up lol).

  • Winds

  • Ocean View: Southeast up to 15 mph

  • Na'alehu: East up to 20 mph and Gust up to 25 mph

  • Pāhala: East up to 13 mph

  • Volcano: Northeast up to 13 mph

  • Temps on Thursday

  • High ranging from 69 to 79

  • Low ranging from 53 to 66

Weather Advisories on Hawaii Island:


Coastal Flooding Statement Issued for all shorelines around Hawaii Island remains in effect through Friday afternoon. (King Tides)

MINOR COASTAL FLOODING DURING HIGH TIDES TUESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY

Peak monthly high tides and above normal sea levels, will produce
nuisance coastal flooding. Flooding will occur around the times
of the late afternoon high tides.

* WHAT...Minor coastal flooding expected.

* WHERE...Coastal areas of all Hawaiian Islands.

* WHEN...Tuesday afternoon through late Friday night.

* IMPACTS...Flooding of beaches that are normally dry, minor
  coastal erosion, and saltwater inundation.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Avoid driving through flooded roadways. If you are forced to drive
through salt water, rinse your vehicle with fresh water. Move
electronics, vehicles or other valuables to higher ground. Monitor
vessels to ensure mooring lines don`t get too tight and watch out
for overwash around boat ramps. Secure canoes or other watercraft
stowed on beaches.

&&

Submit your coastal flooding photos to the University of Hawaii
Sea Grant College Program`s Hawaii and Pacific Islands King
Tides Project at:

PacificIslandsKingTides.org

12 views0 comments