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645am Obs Sunday 6/26 powered by Surfer, the Bar

Moderate ENE trades filling to fresh (10-25mph) and nice weather. Mostly clear for Leeward and concentrated clouds for Windward/Mauka. Small craft Adv. for channels.

Old SSW fades, new rising SSW and NE energy holds. Call the SNN Hotline 596-SURF 7a, 12, 3, 5p

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North Shore:

Holding on a tiny 8 sec NE wind swell wrap. Surf is best at select focusing reefs. Sunset Pt. 0-1' on the inside, Rocky's 0-1', Pipe area 0-1', Chuns 0-1', Laniakea 1-2' (small lines), Haleiwa 0-1'. Fairly clean with light trades early and passing clouds.
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West:

Holding on the fading SSW and rising on a new SSW energy Makaha is 0-2' on the inside reef. Sets are inconsistent and should be increasing in frequency by this evening. Glassy with light offshores early and clear skies.
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Town:

Down and holding on the old 14 sec SSW plus rising on a new SSW energy. Surf is 1-2' occ. 2.5. Expect long waits for the larger sets from Kewalos to Kaisers and into Queens area. Clean early with light ENE trades and bright.
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Diamond Head:

Down and holding on a fading 14 sec SSW and rising on a new SSW energy. Surf is 1-2' occ. 3' with waits between larger sets. Early moderate to fresh trades generating bumpy side-shore conditions and poor form at Right hands/Cliffs/Lighthouse etc.; Plenty of sun with clear blue skies.
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Sandy's:

Down and holding on a combination of easing SSW & an 8 sec NE trade swell. Surf is 2-3' with an occ. larger outside set. Waves are crumbly but consistent 2-3' out at Full Pt - 1/2 point, 2-3' sets at Generals, Middle Peaks, fun 2-3' sets rolling into the Chamber; Surf is fair with side-shore chop and mostly clear skies.
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East Makapu'u:

Holding on an 8 sec NE trade swell. Makapu'u is a consistent 2-3' chest to head high. Waves are mushy but rideable from the outside left section to the middle and 2-3'+ at Keiki's; ENE trades filling to fresh and choppy onshore with early clouds.

Weather

Sunday
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Temp
min:
76°F
max: 89°F

Partly Cloudy

Wind:
23mph ENE

Monday
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Temp
min:
76°F
max: 90°F

Partly Cloudy

Wind:
23mph ENE

Tuesday
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Temp
min:
76°F
max: 91°F

Partly Cloudy

Wind:
18mph ENE

Wednesday
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Temp
min:
78°F
max: 92°F

Chance of Rain

Wind:
23mph ENE

Thursday
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Temp
min:
77°F
max: 92°F

Partly Cloudy

Wind:
28mph ENE

Range:
10-25mph NE
Filling to fresh
Range:
10-25mph NE

Range:
10-20+mph NE

Range:
10-20mph E-NE

Range:
10-20mph E-NE

North

Sunday
06/26
NE
Haw: 0-2
Face: 0-3
Holding
5' 8; fairly clean, clear
Monday
06/27
NE
Haw: 0-1.5
Face: 0-2
Dropping Slowly

Tuesday
06/28
NE
Haw: 0-1
Face: 0-1.5
Holding

Wednesday
06/29
NE
Haw: 0-1/2
Face: 0-1
Holding

Thursday
06/30
NE
Haw: 0-1/2
Face: 0-1
Holding

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West

Sunday
06/26
S-SW
Haw: 1-2+
Face: 1-3+
Rising
1' 22 sec forerunner
Monday
06/27
S-SW
Haw: 2-3+
Face: 3-5+
Rising
2' 18 sec
Tuesday
06/28
S-SW
Haw: 2-3+
Face: 3-5+
Dropping Slowly

Wednesday
06/29
S-SW
Haw: 1-2 occ 3
Face: 2-4 occ 5
Dropping

Thursday
06/30
S-SW
Haw: 1-2
Face: 1-3
Rising
1' 14 sec
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South

Sunday
06/26
S-SW
Haw: 1-2 occ 3
Face: 2-4 occ 5
Rising
1' 16 sec
Monday
06/27
S-SW
Haw: 2-3+
Face: 3-5+
Rising
2.2' 15 sec + 1.5' 20 sec SSW
Tuesday
06/28
S-SW
Haw: 2-3+
Face: 3-5+
Dropping Slowly
1.8' 16 sec+ 2.3' 14 sec
Wednesday
06/29
S-SW
Haw: 2-3
Face: 3-5
Dropping

Thursday
06/30
S-SW
Haw: 1-2+
Face: 1-3+
Rising

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east

Sunday
06/26
E-NE
Haw: 2-3
Face: 3-5
Holding
6' 8 sec; onshore chop
Monday
06/27
E-NE
Haw: 1-2+
Face: 1-3+
Dropping Slowly

Tuesday
06/28
E-NE
Haw: 1-2+
Face: 1-3+
Holding

Wednesday
06/29
E-NE
Haw: 1-2+
Face: 1-3+
Holding

Thursday
06/30
E-NE
Haw: 1-3
Face: 2-5
Rising

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Current Swells:

Sunday   06/26
Primary: Dropping  S-SW  1-2' surf at 14 sec
Secondary: Rising  S-SW  1' surf at 22 sec
Third: Holding  E-NE  2-3' surf at 8 sec
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Marine Warnings:

Sunday   06/26
Small craft advrys for channel waters
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Sailing Report:

Sunday   06/26
Good for all shores with 10-25 mph ENE trades
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Diving Report:

Sunday   06/26
Fair to Good for North, fair-good for deeper West, poor- fair for deeper South and poor-fair for select East dives

Oahu

SUNSET
Sunday   06/26
NE
Haw: 0-1
Face: 0-1.5
ENE Trades moderate
fairly clean

ROCKY POINT
Sunday   06/26
NE
Haw: 0-1
Face: 0-1.5
ENE Trades moderate
fair

Pipeline
Sunday   06/26
NE
Haw: 0-1
Face: 0-1.5
ENE Trades moderate-fresh
diving , paddling and fishin'

HALEIWA
Sunday   06/26
NE
Haw: 0-1
Face: 0-1.5
ENE Trades moderate-fresh
diving , paddling and fishin'

MAKAHA
Sunday   06/26
S-SW
Haw: 1-2
Face: 1-3
ENE Trades moderate-fresh
fair to good

ALA MOANA
Sunday   06/26
S-SW
Haw: 1-2 occ 3
Face: 2-4 occ 5
ENE Trades moderate
fairly clean

Waikiki
Sunday   06/26
S-SW
Haw: 1-2 occ 3
Face: 2-4 occ 5
ENE Trades moderate-fresh
fair to good

Diamond Head
Sunday   06/26
COMBO
Haw: 1-2 occ 3
Face: 2-4 occ 5
ENE Trades moderate-fresh
bumpy

Sandy Beach
Sunday   06/26
COMBO
Haw: 2-3
Face: 3-5
ENE Trades moderate
fair

Makapuu
Sunday   06/26
E-NE
Haw: 2-3
Face: 3-5
ENE Trades moderate-fresh
choppy

Maui

Kauai

Big Island

Weather

Surf Advisory and Warning Criteria
Location/shoreline Advisory Warning
North-Facing Shores- 15 Feet faces (8' Local) 25 Feet faces (15' local)
West-Facing Shores - 12 Feet (7' local) 20 Feet (12' local)
West-Facing- Big Is.- 8 Feet (4'+ local) 12 Feet (7' local)
South-Facing Shores- 8 Feet (4'+ local) 15 Feet (8' local)
East-Facing Shores- 8 Feet (4'+ local) 15 Feet (8' local)

Big Picture

BIG PICTURE
Thursday 6/9/16

The Jet continues to be weak but there’s enough trough right now in the 7 day outlook for tiny short period NW surf up to 2’ average around Monday 6/13. The Jet weakens further by next week. So any longer range Lows we see are sub gale and only allow for short period back ground shore lappers. Highs dominate the summer season so this is leading to mostly NE trade wrap for country.

NPAC
Recent-current: We’ve had a very fun run of 3’ NNE swell wrapping to select reefs this week. This will hold, fade, pulse and fade some into the weekend as trades remain fresh in addition to upstream winds.

Next 1: A weak spinner far NW ‘may’ lead to 2’ NW surf Monday.

Next 2: Monday on: More upsteam East winds from the large 1036mb High to the NE may bring in more windswell for select reefs the entire week.

Last: Strange storminess to our west will need monitoring. At this point we ‘may’ see 2’ surf at 10 sec Friday the 17th. Grasping.

SPAC:

The deep Jet had 160- to pockets of180kt a week ago spawning multiple storms SE of NZL with NE tracks. This leads to what will likely be one of the summer’s best back to back to back swells. Today 6/9) the flow points off to our SE better aimed at the Americas. By Friday the 10th the Jet is lame and takes a nap into Tuesday where- tho’ winds build- the flow is very zonal or west to east. Powerful Storms do track within but only small swells for us due to angular spreading with long periods are forecast for the long haul (week of 20th).

Recent and current: We’ve had SSW swells of 2’ this past week with minor exceptions. All inconsequential compared to what’s coming.

Next #1 and #2: Last Wednesday June 1st saw a long wide fetch develop SE of NZL. It veered NE as winds ramped to 45kts Thursday. By Friday some wind pockets far SE of NZL were 55kts (thus the 18 second forerunners today). The batch of NE pointing fetch was 1500 miles long and 700 miles wide. We should see a super slow rise later Wednesday and especially Thursday to 2-3’ from the SSW by afternoon with 2 pulses of 18 sec and 22 sec later from the fetch’s’ above. By Friday the action should really kick in with as these two combine. Look for 3-5’ Friday (2 swells of 3’ 15 + 3’ 20 sec). Trades will be fresh so some spots like DH and toward Koko Head will be challenged.

Next: #3: By Saturday yet another wide large 45-55kt fetch SE of NZL comes up. It morphs for a long lasting event peaking Sunday at 4-6’ with some standout reefs going larger. (Tahiti is going to go loony at 20’). This will slowly fade Monday but still be just over high surf advsys.

Last: A Low spawns just under Tahiti Monday the 6th with some 45kts but it ends up tracking SE away from us. Then by Tuesday-Wednesday a bigger 55kt fetch sets up further South. WW3 hints of 22 sec forerunners Monday the 13th and surf hitting 3-5’ at 20 sec Tuesday from the S-SSE. It will mix with the fading SSW. So sets will be plenty and form will be ‘interesting’ combo peaks.

Windward: Plenty NE Trades, plenty NE trade swells of 3’ average and no significant change in sight. The nearly stationary High continues this week with upstream winds developing esp again this next week. This lengthens the periods a hair which in turn refract a little higher near shore. Watch for possible 4’ sets next week of the 20th.

Tropics:
Nothing at over this 7 day forecast period.














Surf Advisory and Warning Criteria
Location/shoreline Advisory Warning
North-Facing Shores- 15 Feet faces (8' Local) 25 Feet faces (15' local)
West-Facing Shores - 12 Feet (7' local) 20 Feet (12' local)
West-Facing- Big Is. - 8 Feet (4'+ local) 12 Feet (7' local)
East-Facing Shores- 8 Feet (4+ local) 15 Feet (8’ local)

Tropical Storm - winds 39-73 mph (34-63 kt)
Category 1 - winds 74-95 mph (64-82 kt)
Category 2 - winds 96-110 mph (83-95 kt)
Category 3 - winds 111-130 mph (96-113 kt)
Category 4 - winds 131-155 mph (114-135 kt)
Category 5 - winds 156 mph and up (135+ kt)


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