The Pro Bowl is about to be played in Hawaii again. This may be the last Pro Bowl ever played in Hawaii, but that isn’t stopping the wind, vog and rain from doing what it wants to do. So will all this weather effect the Pro Bowl?
The National Weather Service says Kona winds from the southeast may bring vog and humid weather with the chance of afternoon showers beginning today into the weekend.
Winds have already shifted from the usual northeast trade winds to light southeast Kona winds.
Forecasters say we can expect high clouds over the islands today and warm and humid conditions could bring afternoon showers to leeward areas and vog, probably starting Saturday on Oahu.
The first cold front should reach Kauai Sunday, then move southeast over the rest of the islands in the early part of the week, bringing widespread rain and the chance of snow over Hawaii island summits through the beginning of next week. Trade winds should return later in the week.
Forecasters say heavy rains are possible at Aloha Stadium Sunday afternoon when the Pro Bowl is scheduled to be played.