HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Partly to mostly cloudy skies and a few mostly light showers are in the forecast to begin Sunday, but weather should be drier for the Memorial Day Holiday.
Forecasters say cool and relatively dry northeast winds will be blowing for most of the state in the wake of a cold front that moved through the islands Friday and Saturday. The front itself has stalled just south of the Big Island of Hawaii.
The northeast winds will weaken on Tuesday as an upper level disturbance approaches the islands from the east. That will likely result in afternoon clouds and pop-up showers for the middle of the work week.