Posted at 10:48 a.m., Wednesday, December 10, 2003
Crummy weather just typical December
By Mike Gordon
Advertiser Staff Writer
Scattered showers, partly cloudy, blustery tradewinds.
After six years of drought conditions, it takes a while to adjust, said Pete Donaldson, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
"Itís not that out of the ordinary, kind of showery, tradewind weather," Donaldson said of the forecast through Monday.
Most of the rain will be at night and in the early morning, clearing up in the afternoon, Donaldson said.
"Itís not the same stuff we were getting a few days ago where we had all the flooding," he said. "It is just wet, wintertime tradewinds. No real heavy rain."
Winds tonight are expected to be 20 to 30 mph, dropping to 15 to 30 mph tomorrow through Sunday.
A weather system expected Monday night may bring slightly heavier rain, but nothing "exciting" Donaldson said.