Saturday, July 26, 2014 596-SURF , 596-WAVE , 922-BONG , 638-RUSH , 572-SURF(MAUI) , 241-SURF (KAUAI) , 324-RUSH (BIG ISLAND)
   
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Waves, Winds, Weather compliments of The Vintage Surf Happening Saturday Hawaiian South Shore parking lot.

Your exclusive SNN Observations for this Friday, July 25th  7am

bright sunny Trade weather with the usual cloud distribution windward-mauka.  Minus Low 830am pushing to a big 2.2' High at 330pm.

BIG Picture updated Friday 7/25 HERE

NORTH
: Down and holding the background tiny 0-1/2' 15 second WNW & 0-1' ankle snappers on an 8 second NE wrap for refracting reefs like 0-1' Laniakea, Ehukai. See our new SNN Laniakea & Chuns Cams; smooth light offshores. West: Makaha is down and holding from the bakground south at 0-occ 1' again behind da reef; its smooth AM smooth to lite offshores later;better at select deep diving spots and all good for paddling. Town: Down and Holding at Ala Moana (check our new Bowls CAM), Kaisers, Kewalos etc. from the 8 sec S-SE & 15 sec background SSW mostly in the 0-1 occ 2' range and every 15-20 minutes at top channel reefs. Diamond Head: Down and Holding on the S-SE 1-2' occ 2.5' (chest high on take offs) per 10-20 minutes but its fairly clean sideoffshore now with more choppy- bumpiness later as trades fill to fresh. Check out our new Diamond Head Cam! Sandy's: Down and Holding the SSE and ENE wrap at 1-2 occ plus'  with fairly good pealing barrells from Full Pt. to Pipelittles to chambers.  East: Makapu'u: Down and Holding on trade swell (and hint of SSE) at 1-2' mostly and maybe plus sets up to not quite head high from the left side to middle mostly and a bit smaller at Keiki's...10-20 onshores and bumpy.

Events, News etc.

The Innaugural Surf Vintage Happening with Randy Rarick at Hawaiian South Shore parking lot this Saturday 7/26. Go Here

Tho' its improving If waters are brown, stay out.  The public is advised to stay out of flood waters and storm water runoff due to possible overflowing cesspools, sewer manholes, pesticides, animal fecal matter, dead animals, pathogens, chemicals, and associated flood debris. Turbid water runoff have been known to attract sharks due to possible dead animals being washed into the ocean. Clean Water Branch, Department of Health.

The Honolulu Surf Film festival now through the end of July at Doris Duke Theater. GO HERE

Quote of the day: "If there was no such thing as barrels I probably wouldn't even surf" Clay Marzo

Makapu'u 1-2' on this gorgeous Aloha Friday. Low tide & 2'.

Your FREE SNN Android App...Here.    Your FREE SNN Iphone App...HERE

See the SNN weather animations link HERE

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