Pockets of heavy rain and a chance of thunderstorms are possible through Sunday as an unstable airmass remains overhead. The highest chance for the heavy showers and thunder will be during the afternoon and evening hours. Weather should be drier Monday, but a cold front could bring more showers Tuesday and Wednesday.
There's a Winter Weather Advisory through 6 p.m. Sunday for the summit areas of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa due to the unstable conditions and moisture over the Big Island.
Surf is quiet and remaining below advisory levels this weekend. The next northwest swell is expected to peak Monday night and Tuesday but won't require a high surf advisory. A larger swell is forecast to arrive Thursday and build into Saturday, and this one could trigger an advisory. For now, no marine warnings are in effect.