There's one more day of breezy trade wind weather with just a few showers, mainly for windward and mountain areas of the islands. Windward areas of Maui and the Big Island may be cloudier and wetter.
Some big changes are in store starting Monday with an approaching cold front. Winds will shift and become more southerly and make our weather rather humid, with showers increasing from the south. There's a chance that the front will stall to the northwest of us for a prolonged period, keeping the islands in an area of locally heavy showers and periods of haze for much of the coming week.
A High Surf Advisory has replaced the warning for most north and west facing shores through Sunday night. North shores could still reach 12-18 feet Sunday, with west shores at 8 to 12 feet.
There's also a Small Craft Advisory for all coastal and channel waters.
And by the way, Sunday is the first full day of Spring! The season began at 6:31 p.m. Hawaii time Saturday.