HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The National Weather Service in Honolulu says an upper level low will stall east of the Big Island today and remain there until Tuesday enhancing the trade showers through that time.
The trade winds will maintain moderate strength this week. Passing clouds and showers will focus mainly over windward and mauka areas.
Small craft advisory has been cancelled for all Hawaiian waters this morning.
The current south swell will decline today and no surf highlights are expected in the near-term. A moderate south-southwest swell from a low pressure system currently between Australia and New Zealand is expected arrive here late Friday and continue through the weekend.