NNE Swell Slowly Fading Through Veteran’s Day

November 11, 2017, 1:54 AM HST · Updated November 10, 11:04 PM
Meteorologist Malika Dudley · 0 Comments

no slideshow

Image; Chris Archer

Alerts (as of 1:00 a.m.)

High Surf Advisory: North and east facing shores of Molokai and Maui through 6 a.m. Saturday.

Check our breaking news section for any urgent weather alerts or updates to the weather alerts listed above.

**Click directly on the images below to make them larger. Charts include: Maui County projected winds, tides, swell direction & period and expected wave heights.**




    Maui Surf Forecast


    North: Wave heights shoulder high today with the best exposures getting up to overhead or a few feet overhead on the sets.

    West: Spots that pick up wrap out of the north-northeast could get up to shoulder high or more. Otherwise, below waist high waves expected.

    South: Surf heights expected around waist high today. The best exposures could get up to tummy / chest high on the sets. Spots blocked by the smaller islands will be smaller or even flat.

    Our current north-northeast swell is expected to fade into the weekend. This swell is at advisory levels for north and east facing shores and it could possibly be extended. A moderate west-northwest and north-northeast are forecast to fill in around Tuesday/Wednesday of next week.

    Our old south swell continues to fade.

    Keep in mind, surf heights are measured on the face of the wave from trough to crest. Heights vary from beach to beach, and at the same beach, from break to break.  

    **Click here for your detailed Maui County weather report.**

    Image: NOAA

    Image: NOAA

    Image: NOAA

    Image: NOAA

    Image: NOAA

    Image: NOAA

    Image: NOAA

    Image: NOAA

    Meteorologist Malika Dudley
    Malika was born and raised in Hilo. She began her career in news at KGMB9 in 2007. As a part of their weather team, Malika was nominated for two Emmy Awards and won the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Journalism Award for her reporting on Hawaii’s tsunami damage in 2011.

    Read Full Bio



    Share this Article

    Weekly Newsletter

    View Comments