The weather in Hawaii is considered “perfect.” It’s never too hot or too cold. The warm trade winds flow through the islands, so the temperature stays in the 80s during the day and in the 60s at night. The non-stop sunshine make bikinis, shorts and tank tops the proper attire during the day and at night a light jacket may be needed if you’re strolling along one of the beaches. There are rain showers that don’t last very long and the wind can be gusty at times, so a good windbreaker always comes in handy. The TV weather forecasts in Hawaii are more about surfing conditions, tide reports, rainfall stats and wind details. The weather is predictably pleasant, unless a major storm finds it way to the islands.
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