Forecast: Trade wind weather to start the work week
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Drier and more stable weather will begin the new work week with a few showers for windward and mauka areas. Showers will increase late Tuesday into Wednesday as a frontal boundary moves over the islands from the north-northwest. After midweek, we're expecting breezier, cooler northeast trade winds.
Surf will be rather quiet Monday, with a west-northwest swell expected to rise Monday night. A new north-northeast swell should arrive Tuesday and peak Tuesday night above advisory levels, with rough surf for east-facing shores.