Forecasters expect more stable weather for Hawaii

In this handout photo provided by the County of Maui, a water soaked road is shown in Waikapu, Hawaii, March 8, 2012. Rod Antone,AP Handout Photo/County of Maui

(AP) HONOLULU - Rain showers are expected for the next few days, but forecasters say a more stable weather system is moving across Hawaii after nearly a week of thunderstorms, hail and other wild weather.

The National Weather Service says all Hawaiian islands, except Lanai, are under a wind advisory Saturday. But for the first time in days, no island was under a flood watch or warning.

Forecasters are predicting trade winds to be moderate to strong through at least the first half of the week, but area residents aren't expected to experience to the severe weather that hit the islands during the past several days.

Forecasters are also predicting showers for Sunday and Monday, but the amount of precipitation is expected to be much less than the amount of rain that fell during the last several days.

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