Trade winds have been steadily breezy across the state with light showers.
A high pressure system northeast of the state will be lingering around for the next few days which will allow the trade winds to stick around as well.
With a stable airmass surrounding the islands, we don’t see much showers impacting the state.
However, we can expect to see light passing windward and mauka showers, while leeward areas remain mostly dry.
On Wednesday, a cold front will be passing north of the islands with another high pressure system following.
This will weaken our trade winds for the latter portion of the week.
Once we get to the weekend, another cold front will be approaching from the northwest which will result in light and variable winds across the state.
The Hawaiian Moon Phase for Easter Sunday is known as “Lāʻau Kū Kahi.”
This will be a good night to go fishing, and for you farmers, this is a good night to plant mai’a (banana), ‘ulu (breadfruit) and other trees.