today the weather is calm? today's weather is calm? Either answer, it reverts right back to the other as being the correct answer
I think i figured it out... "o" indicates possessive. So the sentence with "...i kēia lā" would be "the weather is calm today", and "...o kēia lā" would be "today's weather is calm".
It should be "Today's weather is calm"
It is "today's weather is calm."
I'm not sure what it means for the weather to be calm. Could someone give some context to this sentence?
Calm weather is just weather with nothing really going on. No rain, no snow, no wind... Just nice peaceful weather.
Example: Yesterday the weather was very stormy but today it's calm.
For Hawaii, no hurricane, no deluge of rain, no erupting volcanoes with all the associated weather changes....
The Weather is calm today