Forecast: Another front approaches midweek; Great North Shore Surfing

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Fair weather conditions with trade winds will weaken Monday and Tuesday, allowing for sea breezes during the day and land winds overnight.

On Wednesday, a front will pass through the western half of the state and stop in the eastern half of the state.

In the second half of the week, heavy clouds and heavy rain are expected.

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A new moderate northwesterly wave (320-340 degrees) peaked on Monday morning and the waves will subside by Tuesday.

Surf heights should now be below the advisory level, and a larger, but shorter, northerly swell (360 degrees) is expected to occur on Wednesday and could last Wednesday night and early Thursday, before the low advisory level descends to northern shores. to face Thursday night to Saturday.

Small craft tips are expected.

Small background southerly swells (180 degrees) are expected by Tuesday, and a series of slightly larger, longer-lasting southerly swells are expected Wednesday through Saturday.

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