It's all downhill from this point forward.
Although the spring equinox took place just three and a half weeks ago, Hawaii is already dealing with uncomfortable heat gain.
They've been warmer than normal due to the ongoing El Nino that could persist through the summer.
The weather progressively becomes warmer from April through September. An El Nino will make it a lot harder to deal with the heat gain.
During the last El Nino (2015-16), Hawaii frequently lost their trade winds and suffered a severe drought.
An El Nino will also increase tropical cyclone activity in the Pacific Ocean due to a warmer sea surface temperature.