A stalled and weakening cold front will keep the potential for wet weather over Maui County for the next few days. Some of that wet weather could also affect parts of the Big Island. A weak disturbance passing north of the islands could trigger more showers Sunday night and early Monday and cause some localized flooding on the Valley Isle, where the ground is already saturated. Meanwhile, drier conditions with cooler northeast winds will prevail over Kauai and Oahu Monday, with more clouds and showers for windward areas. Drier weather should settle statewide Wednesday.
A High Surf Advisory has been extended for the south shores until 6 a.m. Monday, but wave heights will remain just below advisory level through Tuesday. We'll also have some short-period moderate swells from the north to north-northwest over the next couple of days, but heights will remain below advisory levels. Be on the lookout for a longer period, but still small northwest swell near the end of the week.