HONOLULU (KHON2) — Light to moderate trades will hold in place, with localized sea breezes developing in the more sheltered leeward areas.
Fairly dry conditions should prevail in most areas, although a slight increase in showers is expected over the eastern end of the state in the afternoon as a band of moisture moves in from the east.
This band of moisture will then move westward bringing an uptick in windward showers to the remaining isles.
Trades will get a boost back to moderate and breezy levels Wednesday through much of the holiday weekend, with the strongest winds expected Friday and Saturday.
A return of more typical windward and mauka focused showers is expected as well, with a stray shower reaching leeward areas from time to time.