A weak cold front currently sits over portions of the state, creating a slight uptick in showers for north and northeasterly slopes.
Other areas are expected to remain generally dry.
Following the front, we will see winds strengthen a bit to breezy and locally windy conditions.
This will last through Tuesday before another disturbance reaches the islands to creating another round of slightly increased moisture.
This time, windward and mauka areas may see a slight uptick in showers, but not much.
Other areas look to remain generally dry.
Winds are expected to remain through the week into the weekend, keeping our humidity levels low and chilly temperatures outside.
Due to the strengthening of the winds, a Small Craft Advisory has been issued for portions of the state lasting until Wednesday morning at 6:00am.
The Hawaiian moon phase for Monday is known as “Mauli.”
It will be a good night to go fishing, and for you farmers, a good night to plant dark green vegetation.