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fzhw52 phfo 260143
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surf zone forecast for hawaii
national weather service honolulu hi
343 pm hst sun oct 25 2020

note: please check with local authorities regarding beach closures.

.discussion...a moderate size long period northwest swell will linger
over the next few days. the height of swell is expected to remain 
about the same through monday but the periods will gradually become 
lower with time. this swell will then lower gradually monday night 
through wednesday. another moderate size long period northwest swell 
may arrive late saturday. a small, medium period northeast swell is 
expected to fill in later today, then linger on through tuesday. there
will also be a series of small long period south swells through most 
of this week.

hiz002-003-261445-
kauai-
343 pm hst sun oct 25 2020

...high surf advisory for north and west facing shores...

__________________________________________________________________
                      tonight                    monday

shores                  surf                       surf     
                     pm     am                  am     pm 
__________________________________________________________________

north facing       12-16   8-12                8-12   8-12 
west facing         8-12    6-8                 6-8    6-8 
south facing         2-4    2-4                 2-4    2-4 
east facing          3-5    3-5                 3-5    3-5 
                                                                  

.tonight...
weather.....................mostly sunny until 6 pm, then mostly 
                            clear. isolated showers. 
low temperature.............in the lower 70s. 
winds.......................northeast winds around 5 mph, becoming 
                            northwest in the evening, then becoming 
                            west after midnight.
tides...
   hanalei bay..............low 0.3 feet 05:51 pm hst.
                            high 1.2 feet 12:12 am hst.
                            low 0.5 feet 04:55 am hst.
   nawiliwili...............low 0.3 feet 07:13 pm hst.
                            high 1.1 feet 01:13 am hst.

.monday...
weather.....................mostly sunny. scattered showers. 
high temperature............in the mid 80s. 
winds.......................southwest winds around 5 mph, becoming 
                            north in the afternoon.
tides...
   hanalei bay..............high 1.9 feet 11:53 am hst.
   nawiliwili...............low 0.6 feet 06:17 am hst.
                            high 1.7 feet 12:54 pm hst. 
sunrise.....................6:39 am hst. 
sunset......................6:04 pm hst.

$$


__________________________________________________________________

product legend: 

surf:        height of the surf from trough to crest (face value)
             in feet.

tides:       heights displayed are relative to the mean lower low
             water (mllw) datum in feet.

surf heights can vary significantly from beach to beach along a
coastline. surf larger than the upper end of the range provided in
the forecast will occur periodically, sometimes up to a few hours
apart. expect to encounter rip currents in or near the surf zone,
with rip current strength increasing with surf size. swimmers are
urged to exercise caution at all times and enter the water near a
lifeguard.

for the latest beach hazard and safety information at individual
beaches in hawaii refer to:

http://oceansafety.soest.hawaii.edu

__________________________________________________________________

$$
fzhw52 phfo 260143
srfhfo

hiz005>009-261445-
oahu-
343 pm hst sun oct 25 2020

...high surf advisory for north and west facing shores...

__________________________________________________________________
                      tonight                    monday

shores                  surf                       surf     
                     pm     am                  am     pm 
__________________________________________________________________

north facing       12-16   8-12                8-12   8-12 
west facing         8-12    6-8                 6-8    6-8 
south facing         2-4    2-4                 2-4    2-4 
east facing          3-5    3-5                 3-5    3-5 
                                                                  

.tonight...
weather.....................partly sunny until 6 pm, then partly 
                            cloudy. scattered showers. 
low temperature.............in the lower 70s. 
winds.......................southeast winds 5 to 10 mph, becoming 
                            south after midnight.
tides...
   honolulu.................low 0.2 feet 07:22 pm hst.
                            high 1.2 feet 01:26 am hst.
   waianae..................low 0.2 feet 07:40 pm hst.
                            high 1.1 feet 01:46 am hst.
   haleiwa..................low 0.1 feet 05:17 pm hst.
                            high 1.0 feet 12:24 am hst.
                            low 0.4 feet 04:33 am hst.
   mokuoloe.................low 0.6 feet 06:36 pm hst.
                            high 1.3 feet 12:13 am hst.
                            low 0.7 feet 05:19 am hst.

.monday...
uv index....................high. 
weather.....................partly sunny. scattered showers. 
high temperature............in the lower 80s. 
winds.......................southeast winds around 5 mph, becoming 
                            northeast in the afternoon.
tides...
   honolulu.................low 0.5 feet 06:38 am hst.
                            high 1.8 feet 01:03 pm hst.
   waianae..................low 0.5 feet 06:56 am hst.
                            high 1.7 feet 01:23 pm hst.
   haleiwa..................high 1.4 feet 12:01 pm hst.
                            low 0.1 feet 05:40 pm hst.
   mokuoloe.................high 2.1 feet 12:07 pm hst. 
sunrise.....................6:28 am hst. 
sunset......................5:55 pm hst.

$$


__________________________________________________________________

product legend: 

surf:        height of the surf from trough to crest (face value)
             in feet.

tides:       heights displayed are relative to the mean lower low
             water (mllw) datum in feet.

surf heights can vary significantly from beach to beach along a
coastline. surf larger than the upper end of the range provided in
the forecast will occur periodically, sometimes up to a few hours
apart. expect to encounter rip currents in or near the surf zone,
with rip current strength increasing with surf size. swimmers are
urged to exercise caution at all times and enter the water near a
lifeguard.

for the latest beach hazard and safety information at individual
beaches in hawaii refer to:

http://oceansafety.soest.hawaii.edu

__________________________________________________________________

$$
fzhw52 phfo 260143
srfhfo

hiz017>021-261445-
maui-
343 pm hst sun oct 25 2020

...high surf advisory for north facing shores...

__________________________________________________________________
                      tonight                    monday

shores                  surf                       surf     
                     pm     am                  am     pm 
__________________________________________________________________

north facing       12-16   8-12                8-12   8-12 
west facing          4-6    3-5                 3-5    3-5 
south facing         1-3    2-4                 2-4    2-4 
east facing          3-5    3-5                 3-5    3-5 
                                                                  

.tonight...
weather.....................partly cloudy. isolated showers. 
low temperature.............in the mid 60s. 
winds.......................east winds 10 to 15 mph, becoming 
                            southeast around 5 mph after midnight.
tides...
   kahului..................low 0.6 feet 06:30 pm hst.
                            high 1.4 feet 12:00 am hst.
                            low 0.7 feet 05:16 am hst.

.monday...
weather.....................sunny until 12 pm, then partly sunny. 
                            scattered showers. 
high temperature............in the mid 80s. 
winds.......................east winds 10 to 15 mph. 
tides...
   kahului..................high 2.2 feet 12:03 pm hst. 
sunrise.....................6:26 am hst. 
sunset......................5:53 pm hst.

$$


__________________________________________________________________

product legend: 

surf:        height of the surf from trough to crest (face value)
             in feet.

tides:       heights displayed are relative to the mean lower low
             water (mllw) datum in feet.

surf heights can vary significantly from beach to beach along a
coastline. surf larger than the upper end of the range provided in
the forecast will occur periodically, sometimes up to a few hours
apart. expect to encounter rip currents in or near the surf zone,
with rip current strength increasing with surf size. swimmers are
urged to exercise caution at all times and enter the water near a
lifeguard.

for the latest beach hazard and safety information at individual
beaches in hawaii refer to:

http://oceansafety.soest.hawaii.edu

__________________________________________________________________

$$
fzhw52 phfo 260143
srfhfo

hiz024-025-261445-
south big island and big island north and east-
343 pm hst sun oct 25 2020

__________________________________________________________________
                      tonight                    monday

shores                  surf                       surf     
                     pm     am                  am     pm 
__________________________________________________________________

north facing         4-6    4-6                 4-6    4-6 
east facing          3-5    4-6                 4-6    4-6 
south facing         3-5    3-5                 3-5    3-5 
                                                                  

.tonight...
weather.....................mostly cloudy until 12 am, then partly 
                            cloudy. scattered showers. 
low temperature.............in the upper 60s. 
winds.......................east winds around 15 mph, becoming 
                            southeast around 5 mph.
tides...
   hilo bay.................low 0.5 feet 06:42 pm hst.
                            high 1.5 feet 12:29 am hst.
                            low 0.7 feet 05:51 am hst.

.monday...
weather.....................mostly sunny. scattered showers. 
high temperature............in the mid 80s. 
winds.......................southeast winds around 10 mph. 
tides...
   hilo bay.................high 2.3 feet 12:26 pm hst. 
sunrise.....................6:19 am hst. 
sunset......................5:49 pm hst.

$$


__________________________________________________________________

product legend: 

surf:        height of the surf from trough to crest (face value)
             in feet.

tides:       heights displayed are relative to the mean lower low
             water (mllw) datum in feet.

surf heights can vary significantly from beach to beach along a
coastline. surf larger than the upper end of the range provided in
the forecast will occur periodically, sometimes up to a few hours
apart. expect to encounter rip currents in or near the surf zone,
with rip current strength increasing with surf size. swimmers are
urged to exercise caution at all times and enter the water near a
lifeguard.

for the latest beach hazard and safety information at individual
beaches in hawaii refer to:

http://oceansafety.soest.hawaii.edu

__________________________________________________________________

$$
fzhw52 phfo 260143
srfhfo

hiz023-026-261445-
big island leeward-
343 pm hst sun oct 25 2020

__________________________________________________________________
                      tonight                    monday

shores                  surf                       surf     
                     pm     am                  am     pm 
__________________________________________________________________

west facing          3-5    2-4                 2-4    2-4 
south facing         2-4    2-4                 2-4    2-4 
                                                                  

.tonight...
weather.....................partly sunny until 6 pm, then partly 
                            cloudy until 3 am, then clear. 
                            scattered showers. 
low temperature.............around 70. 
winds.......................light and variable winds, becoming 
                            northeast around 5 mph.
tides...
   kona.....................low 0.4 feet 07:19 pm hst.
                            high 1.2 feet 01:07 am hst.
   kawaihae.................low 0.2 feet 07:28 pm hst.
                            high 1.3 feet 01:31 am hst.

.monday...
weather.....................mostly sunny. scattered showers. 
high temperature............in the mid 80s. 
winds.......................southwest winds around 5 mph.
tides...
   kona.....................low 0.4 feet 06:28 am hst.
                            high 1.8 feet 01:04 pm hst.
   kawaihae.................low 0.6 feet 06:42 am hst.
                            high 1.9 feet 01:04 pm hst. 
sunrise.....................6:23 am hst. 
sunset......................5:53 pm hst.

$$


__________________________________________________________________

product legend: 

surf:        height of the surf from trough to crest (face value)
             in feet.

tides:       heights displayed are relative to the mean lower low
             water (mllw) datum in feet.

surf heights can vary significantly from beach to beach along a
coastline. surf larger than the upper end of the range provided in
the forecast will occur periodically, sometimes up to a few hours
apart. expect to encounter rip currents in or near the surf zone,
with rip current strength increasing with surf size. swimmers are
urged to exercise caution at all times and enter the water near a
lifeguard.

for the latest beach hazard and safety information at individual
beaches in hawaii refer to:

http://oceansafety.soest.hawaii.edu

__________________________________________________________________

$$

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