Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-02-23 15:10:00 –
High surf advisories on the east coast of all islands from Kauai to the Big Island are open until Saturday morning for strong and sustainable trading.
The National Meteorological Service expects a 7-12 foot break along the eastern shore of the island to continue until 6 am on Saturday as an eastern swell.
The impact is moderate, but strong breaking waves and rip currents make swimming difficult and dangerous. Those who go to the beach should be aware of all the advice from the maritime safety authorities.
Elsewhere, surfing is stable — 6-8 feet on the North Shore and 4-6 feet on the West Shore today and Wednesday.
South Shore surf remains 1-3 feet today and Wednesday.
Meanwhile, forecasters expect high pressures in the northern and northeastern parts of the state to continue refreshing trade throughout the state.
Today’s weather forecast includes partially sunny to almost cloudy skies, showers and peak temperatures of 79 to 84 degrees Fahrenheit. Tonight’s sky is cloudy, with minimum temperatures of 67 to 72 degrees Celsius.
According to forecasters, the old frontal zone will bring an increase in showers to today’s states, primarily due to the windward side.
Refreshing trading will continue at 15-25 mph until tonight and is expected to recover and peak on Wednesday. Wind recommendations may be needed in some parts of the state.
From tonight to Wednesday afternoon, Gail Watch was published on the Areny Haha Channel.
A small craft advisory was also issued for the waters northwest of Kauai to the southeast of the Big Island, including three channels valid until 6 pm Wednesday.
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