Dry air is cross the islands, but a lower level shearline could bring unstable conditions with showers and chance of isolated thunderstorms by evening/tonight. Dry air could decrease the chance for showers on Wednesday and Thursday, but should move out of the area by Friday allowing for scattered showers.
Gentle to moderate (15 – 25 km/h) easterly breeze could vary in direction tonight, becoming south-easterly on Wednesday. Gentle breeze by Wednesday afternoon, coupled with persisting dry air, could result in uncomfortably conditions.
Wave heights range 1.0 to 1.5m (slight to moderate), falling slightly on west coasts Wednesday with northerly swells and easterly swells on east coasts.