The trades will weaken and shift out of the southeast Monday as a cold front approaches from the northwest.
Monday will be muggy and voggy. High temperature in Honolulu will be a sticky 84 degrees.
A band of low clouds and showers associated with the front will move across the smaller islands on Tuesday before reaching the Big Island late Tuesday night.
A strong surface high will build after the front and produce breezy wet trade winds into Thursday. The trades will gradually weaken from late Thursday through Friday with the remnant moisture from the stalled front lingering across most of the state through next weekend.
Surf is small around the islands. The National Weather Service says 2-4 feet north, 1-3 feet elsewhere. No marine or weather advisories are posted.