Is almost always the case.
Brisk trade winds is forecast to push deep tropical moisture over the state of Hawaii from Friday through Sunday.
The upper trough will destabilize the atmosphere over Hawaii on Thursday and Friday, allowing thunderstorms to develop.
I didn't need to read the forecast to known what's going to happen... because it's almost always abnormally hot a day before deep tropical moisture comes near the state.
The heat index in my room was 93 degrees Fahrenheit (the air temperature was 87 degrees with a humidity of 59 percent) at about 7 p.m. The heat index is normally 10 degrees cooler during that time.