Those two-blanket nights are nearly over
By Mike Gordon
Advertiser Staff Writer
Good news for those of you thin-blooded O'ahu residents still huddling under that extra blanket: It's going to get warmer.
A cool, dry air mass from the north blew through the state over the weekend.
"When the air is drier and the wind blows, it evaporates more water from your skin, so you feel colder," Farrell said. "When you have lived in the Islands for a while, you tend to notice it more."
Farrell predicted warmer temperatures tomorrow, with highs near 80 degrees and lows from the upper 60s to near 70 degrees.
"But by then, we will have more rain," he said.
But the chill might linger in some places, including Lana'i City and Kailua, Kona, with lows of 63 forecast for tomorrow.
The all-time low for February is 53 degrees, set in 1976.