Alerts

High Surf Warning

The following areas are affected:

  • Windward Haleakala
  • South Big Island
  • Big Island North and East

High Surf Warning Remains In Effect Until 6 Pm Hst Tuesday
A High Surf Warning Remains In Effect Until 6 Pm Hst Tuesday.
- Surf Along East Facing Shores Rising To 12 To 20 Feet
Tonight And Monday.
- Impacts Very High Expect Ocean Water Surging And Sweeping
Across Beaches Coastal Benches And Lava Flows Creating The
Potential For Impacts To Coastal Properties And Infrastructure
Including Roadways. Powerful Longshore And Rip Currents Will Be
Present At Most Beaches. Large Breaking Waves And Strong
Currents May Impact Harbor Entrances And Channels Causing
Challenging Boat Handling.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
These Dangerous Conditions Mean That Only Highly Experienced
Persons Should Enter The Water. Inexperienced Persons Should
Remain Off Beaches And Adjacent Beachfront Areas. Large Breaking
Surf Significant Shorebreak And Dangerous Currents Make
Entering The Water Very Hazardous. Anyone Entering The Water
Could Face Significant Injury Or Death.

High Surf Advisory

The following areas are affected:

  • Molokai Windward
  • Molokai Leeward
  • Kauai Windward
  • Maui Central Valley
  • Leeward Haleakala
  • Maui Windward West
  • Oahu Koolau
  • Olomana

High Surf Advisory Remains In Effect Until 6 Pm Hst
Wednesday
A High Surf Advisory Remains In Effect Until 6 Pm Hst Wednesday.
- Surf Along East Facing Shores Rising To 6 To 10 Feet
Tonight And Monday.
- Impacts Moderate Expect Strong Breaking Waves Shore
Break And Strong Longshore And Rip Currents Making Swimming
Difficult And Dangerous.
Precautionary/preparedness Actions
Beachgoers Swimmers And Surfers Should Heed All Advice Given
By Ocean Safety Officials And Exercise Caution. Boaters Should
Expect Recreational Surfers And Body Boarders Utilizing Harbor
Channels To Access Surfing Areas.