Muggy, Hazy Conditions Continue Today

September 5, 2017, 1:13 AM HST · Updated September 4, 10:23 PM
Meteorologist Malika Dudley · 0 Comments

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    Looking Ahead

    Because of light and variable winds, warm and muggy conditions are expected to continue through Tuesday. The light winds will lead to some afternoon and evening clouds with spotty showers focused over interior and leeward spots. At night, skies will mostly clear up. A return to trade winds is expected starting Wednesday and into the upcoming weekend.



    We expect daytime sea breezes up to 10 mph. Mostly sunny skies in the morning with partly sunny skies in the afternoon. In the afternoon, clouds will build for interior and leeward areas with isolated showers. Temperature up to 85° to 90°.

    UV index at 12 (“extreme” exposure level)



    Partly cloudy skies for leeward areas with clearing skies as land breezes take hold. Low temperatures from 70° to 75°. Winds are expected to be local land breezes up to 10 mph.


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    Meteorologist Malika Dudley
    Malika was born and raised in Hilo. She began her career in news at KGMB9 in 2007. As a part of the Hawaii News Now weather team, Malika was nominated for two Emmy Awards for excellence in weather reporting and won the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Journalism Award for her reporting on Hawaii’s tsunami damage in 2011. In 2019, Malika was recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists Hawaii Chapter in the category of Science Reporting for her Big Island Now news report on what was happening beneath the sea surface at the ocean entry of the Puna lava flow.  

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