HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Weather for Maui and the Big Island of Hawaii will remain a bit on the wet side as a trough lingers in the area. Drier weather with clearer skies are forecast from Molokai westward through Oahu and Kauai.
The National Weather Service said the moist and unstable conditions may continue for the Big Island and possibly Maui into Monday.
Meanwhile, locally breezy trade winds will blow clouds and showers to windward areas from Molokai west to Kauai, while leeward areas should be mostly sunny and drier.
The trough near the Big Island should weaken and move away toward the northeast, allowing trade winds to return statewide by midweek. The winds may blow moisture from the trough toward the islands, so we can expect a wet trade wind pattern through Wednesday.
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