Our cool dry weather will be slowly replaced by slightly warmer temperatures and a higher chance of showers as we begin a new week. A cloud band moving in from the north could bring a higher chance of precipitation for windward and mauka showers into Sunday, while winds will becoming lighter and shift more northeasterly ahead of an approaching trough from the northwest. Wetter weather is possible late Monday and Tuesday with another cold front.
A Wind Advisory remains posted overnight for the summit areas of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa.
No marine warnings are in effect. Surf is falling for north and west shores but some overhead sets are still possible north shores. The next swell is expected Monday, with a reinforcing swell Tuesday and Wednesday that could reach advisory levels.