HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Mostly dry and stable conditions will remain over the state Sunday with locally breezy trade winds. A disturbance to the south of the state that brought increased showers for the Big Island should move away. Expect a slight increase in windward and mauka showers as we start the new work week, with most of the showers during the night and morning hours. We might have a brief break in the trades Monday as a surface trough stalls briefly to the northwest.
Surf will remain elevated for south shores but has fallen below the high surf advisory threshold. Several reinforcing south-southwest swells are expected for the first half of the week. Meantime, a northwest swell will produce small to moderate surf for north shores Sunday. A small craft advisory is in effect for coastal waters around Maui County and the Big Island through early Monday morning.