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High surf continues on south shores

  • PHOTO BY BRUCE ASATO/BASATO@STARADVERTISER.COM
    Daniel Entendcia takes off on a surfboard at the Ala Moana Bowls surf spot Sunday, after he got a quick surf lesson on the beach from surfer Dane Kealoha. Entendcia participated in a surf program for foster children.
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A high surf advisory for south-facing shores of all Hawaiian islands continues through 6 p.m. Monday.

 

Forecasters say surf should be slightly smaller than Sunday, but they are still expecting sets of up to 8 feet  on south-facing beaches through this afternoon and possiblity into Tueday. The surf could create hazardous conditions for novice swimmers and boaters.

 

A reinforcement swell is expected on Tuesday and elevated surf is predicted for much of the week on the south shore.

 

A small northwest swell is expected to become lower today with surf in the 3 to 5 foot range. The west shore are getting a mix of the south and north swells and surf is predicted to be in 4 to 6 feet with possible 8 foot sets.

 

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