Wednesday evening weather forecastUPDATED 6:31 AM HST Jul 03, 2014Video Transcript
REM-3 Aloha Hawai'i..a LIVE look out over the south shore tonight here on O'ahu...well below seasonal averages for July---its been pretty quiet, just a tiny bump here and there. That's what expecting come tomorrow. tiny bump up into town, 1 to 3 feet, southeast swell moving in, 2 to 4 up on the north shore, small craft advisoy in effect for waters around Maui county and the big island. we were expecting trades to pick up some strength today, but that just isn't the case...high pressure off to the northeast, pretty much capped by ANOTHER DISTURBANCE further up north, which isn't allowing for a strong wind flow, ---rest assure though, by thursday friday, this disturbance moving out, and that's when the breezes should finally kick in. the first named storm of the hurricane season in the ATLANTIC, PICKING UP steam, TROPICAL STORM ARTHUR--- its just under the first named storm of the hurricane season in the ATLANTIC, PICKING UP steam, TROPICAL STORM ARTHUR--- its just under hurricane strength, with winds at miles an hour. Just off the coast of Florida, expected to move up the eastern seaboard...builds to a category 1 hurricane sometime tonight and tomorrow, pushing right near the carolinas, that means a lot of rain, storm surge up along the coast, and high winds----thru the holiday weekend, moving up the east coast before dying out off new england. North Carolina looking BEAUTIFUL..for NOW.... Vacationers enjoying the beaches. But this beach in town in particular here is in the path of the storm come tomorrow. heading to the east pacific, update on tropical storm douglas, weakened a bit out over the open ocean, it's not gonna survive for very long, in fact the track has it dying out by tomorrow. FOR Thursday... morning showers, dryier by midday. Highs in the upper 80s. So, we're actually moving into drier and cooler weather heading into the 4th of july, trades gradually building, and fewer windward and mauka showers in the forecast. Sports time with Robert Kekaula.