Breezy trade winds continue for the next few days after easing off a bit today.
But with a new high pressure system passing north of the islands tomorrow, we can expect those trades to continue in similar conditions into the weekend.
Following the high pressure system is a low pressure system that will tune down the trades.
The winds are expected to shift to a light and variable pattern by Monday.
The good news is that this will be short lived as the winds shift to the north Tuesday, and back to the Northeast by Wednesday.
As of right now, these northeasterly trades are being produced by another high pressure system that will keep the trades in play at least into the new weekend.
At that time, another round of cold front weather looks to approach the islands.
In terms of rainfall, we will see drier conditions for the next few days, however light showers will continue to impact the windward and mauka showers.
This weekend looks to be fine weather, until Tuesday when the next round of wet weather reaches the west end of the state.
This next cold front does not look to be very strong, so it does not look to hold significant showers as past cold fronts.