Two storm systems lurking north of the state moved over the islandsFriday night, bringing rainy weather and cooler temperatures.
Widespread rain was expected after midnight on Oahu. Maui. and the Big Island should see rain Saturday as the merged cold fronts move down the island chain Saturday.
Besides the umbrellas, it could also be time to break out the sweaters and extra blankets.
Cooler temperatures are also expected after the front, with highs in the 70s and low- to mid-80s expected through next week. Lows could dip into the 60s at night.
Tradewinds behind the front could also be breezy.
The forecast for southern shores of Oahu, including Honolulu, calls for a 50 percent chance of rain Friday night and a 40 percent chance of rain Saturday, clearing by Saturday night.
Tradewinds could pickup to 15 to 25 mph Saturday.
Sunday should be mostly sunny.
The cool, sunny weather should continue through the Veteran’s Day holiday.
“Tuesday should be a pretty nice day. There could be a few showers in the afternoon,” said Maureen Ballard, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service Honolulu office.
Forecasters are watching another storm system that could bring wet weather on Wednesday.