An area of low pressure will weaken to the north of the state tonight and Monday, decreasing winds across the island chain.
A cool and dry airmass will remain in place, with isolated showers mainly limited to north facing slopes and mauka areas.
A weak trough of low pressure will remain over the islands Monday night through Wednesday, keeping light winds in place with overnight land breezes and daytime sea breezes expected in most areas.
Rather dry conditions will continue with a few showers over interior and mauka areas during the day and locations near the coast at night.
High pressure will begin to build north of the state Thursday through next weekend, bringing a return of more typical trade wind weather featuring windward and mauka showers.
The Hawaiian Moon Phase for Monday is known as “Kū Lua.”
This will be another good night to go fishing, and for you farmers, a good night to plant ‘Uala (sweet potato), Kalo (taro) and Mai’a (banana).