Heat record tied Monday

The first record heat for July was recorded Monday at Kahului Airport, 92 degrees, which tied the mark set in 2015, the National Weather Service said.

High temperatures are expected to hit 88 degrees today with lows between 67 and 73 degrees, the weather service said. It should be sunny with isolated showers in the morning.

Northeast winds are expected to blow up to 15 mph.

A trade wind weather pattern is expected through tonight due to a high-pressure system far northeast of the state. Clouds and passing showers will tend to favor windward and mauka areas, the weather service said.

A high-surf advisory for south shores of all islands remains in effect until 6 a.m. today.