Hawaii Surf Reports

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Surf Report/Forecast


June 27-28, 2016

Synopsis:  A southern hemisphere swell will bring below advisory level surf through Tuesday. As the trade winds strengthen later this week, surf along east facing shores could reach advisory levels.

Maui Beaches
Hana:  1-2 feet…rough  
Hookipa: 2 Webcam at Hookipa Beach Park
Kanaha:  1-2 Webcam at Spreckelsville
Kihei:  breaking waves Kihei Beach Cam
Maalaea Bay:  1-2
Lahaina: 2+ Lahaina Harbor live webcam
Upper West:  1
Oahu Beaches
North Shore:   1+
West Shore:  1-2
South Shores: 2-3
East Shores:   1-2…rough
Big Island
North Shore:    1+
West Shore:   1
South Shores: 2+
East Shores:  1-2…choppy
North Shore:   1+
West Shore:    1-2
South Shore:  2+
East Shore:   1-2…rough

> South shores A new south swell is expected into Tuesday…then slowly lowering. We should see a new south-southeast swell mid-week…continuing for several days

> West shores – 
Surf up some for several days…small to very small through the next week

> East shores
Rough breaking wind swell waves

> North shores
Wind swell some spots…otherwise small to very small

  Wave face sizes are approximately twice the surf forecast numbers indicated in the tables above.

Buoy 51000  Buoy 51100  Buoy 51003  Buoy 51004
Waimea Buoy Kailua Buoy Lanai Buoy Barbers Point #2 Pauwela Maui Hilo Bay Kaneohe Bay Hanalei Kauai Kilo Nalu
Pat Caldwell – NWS
Island swell shadow lines for Kauai
Island swell shadow lines for Oahu
Island swell shadow lines for Maui
Island swell shadow lines for Big Island

NOAA Wave Model – animated
Oceanweather wave model
Lajolla Swell Model – animated
Stormsurf wave Model – animated

2016 Hawaiian Tide Information