Your umbrella might get a workout this week, as a series of low pressure systems along a front to the northwest of the islands will bring unsettled and wet weather for Kauai and Oahu, especially Monday night through Wednesday. Winds ahead of the front will be south-southwest, keeping voggy and humid conditions over most of the state.
The front will finally push through the islands during the second half of the week, with widespread showers from Oahu to Maui Thursday and the Big Island Friday. Trade winds will finally return Friday, which could push the frontal showers back over the state. That's still uncertain, but we'll keep tabs on it for you as we get closer to the weekend.
Surf is getting smaller for north and west shores and will stay below advisory levels for the week. A north-northwest swell could push surf near advisory levels Friday night and Saturday. No marine warning are currently posted, but a small craft advisory is possible for waters around Kauai and Oahu Tuesday as the south-southwest Kona winds pick up speed.