A bit more sunshine and fewer showers should spread across the islands as the disturbances that brought heavy rain and thunderstorms move away. A low-level area of enhanced moisture is moving away to the west, while an upper level trough near the Big Island departs to the southeast. The summits of Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea could still get some light snow and ice, so a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect through noon.
Surf has fallen below advisory levels as an east-northeast swell declines. A new swell from the west-northwest is expected Monday and Tuesday, with a new north-northeast swell peaking in the middle of the week. For now, no marine warnings are posted.