As a ridge pattern rebuilds across the islands, a stable atmosphere would allow for generally fair conditions. A light wind regime will persist over the next 24 hours, increasing the chance for localised afternoon showers on Tuesday.
Warm conditions mixed with light isolated showers under occasionally cloudy skies are anticipated for Wednesday, while a weak shearline could trigger some scattered showers across the islands on Thursday.
Calm and light(0-10km/h) trades will traverse the chain over the next 24 hours; ESE-E tonight, becoming ENE from Tuesday. Winds may become gentle(near 20km/h) on Wednesday. Consequently, seas are slight(up to 1.0m) on western coasts and moderate(near 1.8m) on eastern coasts and heights could fall and become smooth to slight(0.5m-1.2m) by Wednesday night.
By late Thursday swell heights could increase again to moderate on eastern coasts as wind speeds increase. No significant haze intrusion is anticipated over the next 72 hour period.