Forecast: Blustery tradewinds to stay until midweek
Breezy tradewinds continue to produce comfortable conditions across Hawaii. A disturbance is sitting over the east end of the state enhancing showers over the Big Island. The brisk winds will hold firm through Wednesday, easing up Thursday. At least through Wednesday, the weather will be very nice, mostly dry and sunny for leeward sides, and small kine damp for windward neighborhoods.
Rainfall has been light to moderate, mainly falling over windward neighborhoods. Leeward sides got only isolated showers.
The east wind swell is producing advisory level wave heights with choppy conditions. A moderate boost continues for south and west shores, a slightly bigger boost for northwest shores is expected over the weekend.
A HIGH SURF ADVISORY is up for east facing shores, and a SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY is posted for most coastal waters.