Our trade winds will lighten into Friday as high pressure weakens to the north of the state. In turn, expect less trade showers than what we've seen over the past couple of days for windward and mauka spots. 

Tonight, easterly winds will blow 15-20 mph, before dropping 10-15 mph tomorrow.  Our winds leave us by Saturday turning light and variable. 

Sunshine tomorrow for leeward areas with spotty showers over windward and mauka areas. 

Although it won't be heavy rain, a weak front could bring an uptick in showers on Sunday, with the return of trade winds and drier conditions to kick off our work week.

Out on the surf, 5-8' out north, rising 6-10' in the evening, west 3-6', rising 4-7' in the evening, 4-6' for east, and 1-3' for south facing shores.

No watches, warnings, or advisories, but a large northwest swell could bring warning level surf to north and west facing shores Sunday into Monday.