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surf zone forecast
national weather service honolulu hi
334 am hst mon feb 24 2020

334 am hst mon feb 24 2020

surf along north facing shores will be 3 to 5 feet today, rising to 6
to 10 feet late tonight, then building to 15 to 20 feet by late

surf along west facing shores will be 2 to 4 feet today, rising to 4
to 7 feet late tonight, then building to 10 to 14 feet by late

surf along east facing shores will be 2 to 4 feet today, building to 3
to 5 feet tuesday.

surf along south facing shores will be 1 to 2 feet through tuesday.

outlook through sunday march 01:
the current northwest swell will gradually lower today. a large
northwest swell is expected to arrive tonight, peak late tuesday and
tuesday night well above advisory levels, and could potentially reach
marginal warning levels along north and west facing shores at the
peak. the swell will then gradually subside wednesday through
thursday, with a new large northwest swell arriving late wednesday
night into early thursday. this new swell will peak thursday night and
friday, with surf likely reaching advisory levels, then gradually
decrease through the weekend. surf along the east facing shores will
gradually trend up through the week as the trades increase, and will 
likely reach advisory levels next weekend.

surf heights are forecast heights of the face, or front, of waves. the
surf forecast is based on the significant wave height, the average
height of the one third largest waves, at the locations of the largest
breakers. some waves may be more than twice as high as the
significant wave height. expect to encounter rip currents in or near
any surf zone.


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