Weather will still be wetter than usual for the western end of the state as remnant moisture trailing behind former tropical cyclone Olivia slowly moves west. Elsewhere, more normal trade wind weather will gradually return, with passing showers for windward areas. Not a lot of blue sky just yet, thanks to high clouds streaming in over the state, also in connection to Olivia, but these aren't rain makers.
Surf is quieting down for the weekend as the east swell from Olivia fades. Swells from the northwest and south are also declining. A small northwest swell is expected late Sunday. For mariners, there's a Small Craft Advisory for most Hawaiian coastal waters.