A drier airmass is settling over the state, so expect mostly clear skies and scant rainfall. The usual exceptions will include windward areas, which will get a few more clouds and some light nighttime and morning showers, and the Kona side of the Big Island, which will get some afternoon clouds. Breezy trades are expected to hold through much of the coming week.
A new southwest swell is forecast to rise late Sunday and peak on Monday just below advisory levels. Head-high sets will be possible late in the day.
A Small Craft Advisory remains up until 6 a.m. Sunday for the Alenuihaha Channel, Pailolo Channel and Maalaea Bay areas, as well as waters leeward and south of the Big Island.