High pressure north of the islands will bring moderate trade winds through the remainder of the work week.
Clouds and showers associated with a weakening front will continue to affect windward portions of the Big Island today and to a lesser degree windward Maui.
The remainder of the state will be relatively dry, with Maui and the Big Island clearing and drying out by tonight. There will be a few clouds and brief showers along windward slopes and coasts, mainly nights and mornings this week. Trade winds will be 10-20 mph then drop off this weekend.
High in Honolulu today will be 83 degrees.
The National Weather Service surf forecast calls for 3-5 feet north, 2-4 feet east and west, 1-3 feet south. A new WNW swell will build tonight and peak just short of advisory levels tomorrow. A small south is possible Friday and Saturday.
Small Craft Advisory for channels east of Molokai.