High Surf Advisory issued November 17 at 4:06AM HST until November 17 at 6:00PM HST by NWS Honolulu HI
...HIGH SURF ADVISORY FOR NORTH AND WEST FACING SHORES OF KAUAI
NIIHAU OAHU AND MOLOKAI AND FOR NORTH FACING SHORES OF MAUI...
...HIGH SURF ADVISORY FOR WEST FACING SHORES OF THE BIG ISLAND...
.The current large west-northwest to northwest swell has peaked
across the western half of the state and is likely peaking this
morning across the eastern half of the state. Surf is expected to
steadily decrease this afternoon and drop below advisory levels
sometime this afternoon or overnight tonight.
* SURF...16 to 22 feet this morning lowering to 14 to 18 feet this
afternoon, along north and west facing shores of Kauai and
Niihau, and along north facing shores of Oahu, Molokai, and
Maui. Surf 10 to 15 feet this morning lowering to 8 to 12 feet,
along west facing shores of Oahu and Molokai. Surf 6 to 10 feet
along west facing shores of the Big Island.
* TIMING...Through this afternoon.
* IMPACTS...Moderate...Expect strong breaking waves, shore
break, and strong longshore and rip currents making swimming
difficult and dangerous.
Flash Flood Watch issued November 17 at 3:07AM HST until November 18 at 6:00PM HST by NWS Honolulu HI
...FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT THROUGH MONDAY AFTERNOON FOR ALL
The National Weather Service in Honolulu has issued a
* Flash Flood Watch for all Hawaiian Islands.
* Through Monday afternoon.
* A trough of low pressure will linger across the island chain
today through Monday, while an upper level low moves overhead.
This will produce very unstable conditions across the state,
bringing the potential for periods of heavy rainfall and flash