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Silkworm larvae a tad bland

Food shouldn’t be scary. When I started writing this column eight months ago, I looked at it as a way to share food and learn about other cultures, even if the food might be different from what most of us are used to. Read more

Windy weather to stick around through Thanksgiving

This morning’s rains on Oahu and Kauai should ease by this afternoon, but windy weather will stick around, along with some scattered showers through Thanksgiving. An old weather front moving south and strong tradewinds blowing windward and mauka showers to leeward areas are responsible for the heaver-than-usual rains. Read more

Windy, wet weather to continue through Thanksgiving

Wet and windy weather over Oahu will likely continue through this afternoon, affecting firefighters battling a wildfire in Waianae. The winds and wetter than usual weather is forecast to continue through Thanksgiving. Read more

Today’s rains should clear by Election Day

A band of moisture moving over the state from the north is bringing cloudy skies and rain to the islands today, but most of the showers should pass by Tuesday, Election Day, on most islands. Read more

Lava lake overflows on Halemaumau Crater floor

Lava overflowed on the crater floor at Kilauea’s summit this weekend, the first time the lava lake level at Halemaumau Crater has overtopped the rim since May of last year. Read more

Mauna Kea gets October snow

Wet weather over the Big Island overnight reached the summit of Mauna Kea and left a dusting of snow this morning. Read more

Humidity to rise, trades to ease off

Expect humidity to increase as well as the chance of showers as moist, tropical air from the remnants of former Tropical Storm Ulika move over the state. Read more


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