Finally, A Record Setting Month Approaches Its End

Squeezed March 27, 2006

The weather service says that several areas have received record levels of rainfall for March. Lihue has received more rain this month than in any month on record.

But fortunately, the forecasters see light at the end of the tunnel:

WEDNESDAY NIGHT A STRONG SHORTWAVE ROUNDS THE UPPER LOW TO THE WEST
AND MOVES THROUGH THE ISLAND CHAIN BRINING POSSIBLY ANOTHER ROUND OF
ROUGH WEATHER TO THE REGION. WAVES CONTINUE THROUGH SATURDAY TO
EJECT THE UPPER LOW OVER THE STATE FOR CONTINUED WET WEATHER.

IF THE LONG RANGE GFS IS RIGHT THE UPPER LOW WILL BE KICKED OUT OF
THE REGION…AND BACK TO REGULARLY SCHEDULED TRADE WIND WEATHER.

So the weather is expected to stick around for another three days or so. And we’re in the 37th day of this weather pattern we’ve been seeing. That makes…no, it couldn’t be. Too much of a coincidence. Or could it?

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