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Tuesday calls for another High Surf Advisory until Wednesday

The National Weather Service has continued the HIGH SURF ADVISORY for the SOUTH FACING SHORES of MAUI COUNTY, in effect until Wednesday, 6:00 p.m. A building south-southwest swell will peak today and remain elevated into Wednesday. Surf along the south facing shores are expected to reach 7 to 10 feet through tonight and Wednesday. PC: Dooma Photos Click here to …

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High Surf Advisory for the balance of the July 4th weekend

The National Weather Service has CONTINUED the HIGH SURF ADVISORY for SOUTH FACING SHORES OF MAUI COUNTY in effect until 6:00 p.m. Sunday. Expect surf of 6 to 9 feet through 6 p.m. Sunday. PC: Dooma Photos Click here to download our mobile app for your iOS and Android device.

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High Surf Advisory continues for south shores

The National Weather Service has CONTINUED the HIGH SURF ADVISORY for SOUTH FACING SHORES OF MAUI COUNTY in effect until 6 pm today. A slow moving storm near New Zealand a week ago generated south-southwest swell that will continue to move through the Hawaiian coastal waters through today. Advisory level surf is expected to continue on south facing shores. Expect …

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SWELLWatch 6/11

Swell Tracker Information: THE WHERE, WHEN & WHY OF HAWAII’S WAVES & WEATHER A VIDEO PRESENTATION by the Surf News Network

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Today marks the beginning of hurricane season for Hawaii

A poorly organized yet persistent area of weak low pressure located about 1150 miles southeast of the Big Island of Hawaii is producing sporadic showers and thunderstorms. Upper level winds are not conducive for further development as the system tracks slowly toward the west. * Formation chance through 48 hours, low, near 0 percent elsewhere, no tropical cyclones are expected …

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5/31 Flash Flood Advisory for Maui

The National Weather Service has ISSUED a FLOOD ADVISORY for THE ISLAND OF MAUI in effect until 9:45 pm. At 6:40 PM radar showed persistent moderate to heavy showers along the windward slopes of both Haleakala and the West Maui Mountains. Stream gages indicate elevated water levels and a gage on the Honopou stream upslope from Huelo recently indicated a …

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First Hurricane Andres Now a Category 3 Storm

Andres has strengthened to a Category 3 hurricane far out to sea in the eastern Pacific. The first named storm of the 2015 season had maximum sustained winds of 125 mph (205 kph) Sunday afternoon. The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami is forecasting that the storm will slowly weaken over the next 48 hours. Other than strong surf, the …

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SWELLWatch 5/20

Swell Tracker Information: THE WHERE, WHEN & WHY OF HAWAII’S WAVES & WEATHER A VIDEO PRESENTATION by the Surf News Network

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SWELLWatch 5/7

Swell Tracker Information: THE WHERE, WHEN & WHY OF HAWAII’S WAVES & WEATHER A VIDEO PRESENTATION by the Surf News Network

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April 25 Weekend Weather Update

National Weather Service calls for scattered showers before midnight, Wailuku will be around 63 degrees and about 58 degrees in the upcountry Kula area late tonight. Widespread haze. Mahalo Mike for this great photo! (Real Photo Captured in Kahului) Temperature factor at sea level for Hawaii: 70s Cool 60s Cold 50s Chill 40s Freezing (Big Island) ‪#‎mauiwatchweather‬ ‪#‎HawaiiNews‬ ‪#‎HINews‬ ‪#‎808News‬ …

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