Forecast: Maui and the Big Island may still get some wet weather

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Lingering moisture associated with a dissipating front will continue to affect mainly windward portions of Maui County and the Big Island through much of the week. Oahu and Kauai will see more stable and drier conditions with locally breezy trade winds.

Winds will ease, becoming light and variable later in the week. Southeast winds this weekend could bring showery, muggy and voggy conditions to the state. High today in Honolulu will be around 84 degrees.

Surf along all shores will remain below advisory levels through rest of this week. The current north and south swells are gradually declining. A small, long period northwest is possible Friday through Saturday. National Weather Service surf forecast for today: North 5-7 feet, west 2-4 feet, east 3-5 feet, south 2-4 feet.

Small Craft Advisory is posted until 6:00 p.m. for Kauai leeward waters, Kauai channel, Oahu leeward waters, Kaiwi Channel, Maui county leeward waters, Pailolo channel.

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