HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Light and variable winds will continue through early next week as a front moves into the area and stalls over the western end of the state Sunday through Monday. Warm and humid conditions will prevail with the best rainfall chances expected through the afternoon and evening hours over interior areas. A modest increase in shower activity will be possible Sunday through early next week as the front moves into the area and stalls, especially for Kauai and Oahu. Although a return of light trades is possible by midweek, localized land and sea breeze conditions may hold into the second half of the week.
A series of small northwest swells will keep some small surf going along north and west facing shores through the weekend. A new large northwest swell will arrive Sunday night, peak on Monday, then slowly fade through much of next week. This swell will likely bring advisory level surf to north and west facing shores Sunday night through Monday night, as well as SCA level seas to the coastal waters exposed to this swell