Waves, Winds, Weather compliments of Big City Diner
Your exclusive SNN Obs for this Tuesday Sept 30th 2pm Special Update
Unstable atmosphere and cloudy build up with heavy off-on showers windward and seabreezes for many areas and mushy. High tide 9a 1.9'. Low tide 430p 0.5'.
NORTH: rising on the 13 second WNW all day to 3-4' and even a few 5' sets on top spots. It's a super smooth lite offshore North of the Bay like Sunset. And slightly bumpy and smaller 2-4' down by Chuns and Jocko's. Laniakea 2-3' and not the best angle. Pipe area up to 3' now but too much sand. See SNN Laniakea and Chuns cams. West: Makaha is up and rising on the inconsistent SSW and WNW; currently 2-3' occ higher with seabreeze mush most the west side until the the evening sesh. Town: Up and rising on the new 18 sec SSW swell and comboing with the 13 sec SSW/SSE at 2-4 occ 5' or 3-4' overhead for top spots top sets like Ala Moana Bowls breaking right side of the buoy. It's 4' at Queens, Kaisers, Kewalos with light onshore mush but still fun (check our Bowls-Courts CAM). Diamond Head: Up and rising on the new 1ong period SSW and holding the tiny SSW/SSE at 2-4' and 5' toward Black Point on sets on the take off & it's nice with light side-onshores. (see SNN Cam). Sandy's: Up and rising on the new SSW mixing with the old SSW with clean 2-4' sets at Generals, smaller at Full and half Pt and into the big close out shorebreak. Chance of 5' bombers through Thursday. East: Makapu'u: Down and holding the new East swell and dying NNE 1-2' with longer lulls as it weakens slowly, breaking mostly inside and its decent slight bumpiness and some clouds and fun.
Events, News etc
Tyler Wright nails Roxy Pro Saturday and moves to 2nd. The QS Pro to finish with 2 days left. France is 12 hours ahead so the event goes at night for Hawaii. GO HERE
SNN BIG Picture updated Wednesday 9/24 Go Here
Local Swell Tracker updated Thursday 9/25 Go Here.
Quote of the week: “I’m nervous about each heat now,” Slater said about the last 3 events of the year
Queens Surf is waist to chest high Sunday's first hours of light. Thnks Steve!
See the SNN animations page for a fast glance at the Storms & Weather HERE