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Saturday PM Update: Darby More or Less Done

July 16, 2022, 6:40 PM HST
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The Central Pacific Hurricane Center reported Saturday evening that the remnants of Darby moved southwest of Hawai’i Island and will have very little impact on Hawaii’s weather though the following notices continue.

The National Weather Service High Surf Advisory for east facing shores of Hawai‘i Island continues to Sunday morning, Civil Defense reported Saturday evening.

The High Surf Warning for all south facing shores remains in effect through Monday.

The Wind Advisory has been cancelled.

Due to the High Surf Advisory and High Surf Warning;

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Large waves for east and south facing shores of Hawai‘i Island are expected.

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High tide this afternoon and tomorrow could enhance coastal flooding.

Beach-goers, swimmers, and surfers, please exercise caution as strong breaking waves, shore break, and rip currents making swimming difficult and dangerous are expected.

Due to dangerous high surf conditions, the following beach parks are closed today and Sunday;

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Puna – Isaac Hale.

Ka‘ū – Punalu`u and Whittington-Honu`apo

Kona – Miloli`i, Ho`okena, Manini Point-Napo`opo`o, Honaunau Boat Ramp, Kahalu`u, Magic Sands-La`aloa, Pahoehoe, Honls, Hale Halawai, and Old Kona Airport.

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