High Surf Advisory issued for south-facing shores
The National Weather Service has issued a High Surf Advisory for south-facing shorelines of Hawai‘i Island to include the areas from Keahole Point in North Kona to Cape Kumukahi in Puna for a south swell through Thursday.
Eight to 12 feet of surf is expected with moderate impacts. Beachgoers should expect strong-breaking waves and strong currents that will make swimming dangerous.
The advisory ends Thursday at 6 a.m.
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