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18- to 22-foot waves expected for North Shore of Oahu

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 03:32 p.m. HST, Feb 05, 2012


Waves of 18- to 22 feet are expected for the north-facing shores of Oahu today, and the city's Department of Emergency Management has issued a high-surf advisory for north- and west-facing shores until Monday morning.

West-facing shores should see waves of 10 to 15 feet, the Department of Emergency Management said.

A high-surf advisory for north- and west-facing shores of Oahu has been issued from 6 p.m. tonight until 6 a.m. Monday morning.

A large northwest swell is expected to arrive tonight, peak Monday night, then subside Tuesday morning, the Department of Emergency Management said.

But a new, larger swell, is expected to arrive Tuesday evening.


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manakuke wrote:
Big Hawaiian winter seas as another swell breaks; be careful and listen to the life guards! The raging sea can be very unpredictable.
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