A weakening cold front is near the Big Island with a few passing showers associated with it.
Basically dry weather prevails elsewhere.
A cool airmass will be in place over the next few days as low pressure passes by north of the state.
Winds will become light late Monday through Wednesday as a weak low level trough lingers near the area.
High pressure is expected to build in north of the area on Thursday with a more typical trade wind weather pattern returning for the remainder of the week and on into next weekend.
The Hawaiian Moon Phase for tonight is known as “Kū Kahi.”
This is a good night to go fishing, and for you farmers, a good night to plant ‘Uala (Sweet potato), Kalo (Taro) and Mai’a (Banana).