Enjoy the trade winds Monday as they will become light and variable for the remainder of the week as the low pressure system, that is Hurricane Walaka, passes to the west of the Hawaiian islands.
Walaka is an organized system with a perfectly defined eye and will continue to move to the west-northwest.
Hurricane Walaka is not a threat to Hawaii, but will change our winds.
Walaka will pass to the west of the state on Wednesday and will stall, causing muggy conditions through southeasterly winds.
The state may see some wet weather later on in the week especially for Kauai that may get a band of moisture that is lingering around.
Light and variable winds will begin Tuesday.