Hurricane Olivia continues to move toward Hawaii and is forecast to cross over the islands late Tuesday into Wednesday morning as a Tropical Storm. 

Olivia is Category 1 hurricane with maximum sustained winds at 85 MPH. It's a little over 475 miles E of Hilo.

While Olivia will bring rain and strong winds starting on Tuesday, we will start the week with sunny skies and light winds.

Expect a sunny morning, then a partly cloudy afternoon. Showers will be very light, except for the windward side of the Big Island which will see a few more showers.

Temperatures will be warm, getting into the upper 80s, and may reach 90 degrees.

Surf: East 5-7', South 3-5', West 2-4' and North 1-3'.

High surf advisory for the east shores of Maui County and Hawaii island, 5-8' today, building 10-14' Tuesday then rising to 12-20' Tuesday night.
Tropical storm warning: Maui county and Hawaii island
Tropical storm watch: Oahu