Breezy tradewinds will hold through Saturday with scattered windward showers and abundant leeward sunshine.
High temperatures will approach 90 degrees. Lighter winds take over Sunday with higher humidity levels and building amounts of vog and haze.
Skies will be cloudier starting Monday with afternoon buildups leading to showers, some heavy on the Kona side of the Big Island.
Tradewinds are scheduled to return Thursday.
A small south boost is due Saturday, perfect timing for Duke's Ocean fest which runs through next week. A northeast swell is expected early next week.
A Small Craft Advisory is posted for the waters around Maui.
- Guy Hagi
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