High pressure to the northeast will drive moderate to locally fresh trade winds through Sunday.
Scattered showers to ride in with the trades, affecting mainly the windward and mountain areas of the smaller islands through Sunday.
Frequency of these showers will be highest during the night and morning.
A change in the weather is on tap for Monday, with warm and humid conditions settling in as the winds turn east southeast and daytime sea breezes and nighttime land breezes take over.
Afternoon clouds and showers will be followed by clearing during the nighttime through much of next week.
Small Craft Advisory for portions of the state unfil Monday at 6:00 am.
The Hawaiian Moon Phase for tonight is known as “Māhealani.”
This is an excellent night to go fishing and to plant.