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Surf Report for Honolulu Hawaii

  • Honolulu, HI Surf Report for 05-24-2024

    24 MAG 2024 · Hey there surfers and beachgoers! Ready to catch some waves in Hawaii? Let's dive into the surf zone forecast for the islands! Starting off with **Kauai**, tonight expect mostly cloudy skies with scattered showers and east winds around 10 to 15 miles per hour. Surf-wise, we're looking at 0-2 feet on the north and west-facing shores, 1-3 feet on the south-facing shore, and a solid 4-6 feet on the east-facing shore. So, grab your boards and ride those waves! Moving on to **Oahu**, tonight will bring similar conditions with mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers. East winds will pick up a bit at 15 to 20 miles per hour. Surf is expected to be 0-2 feet on the north and west-facing shores, 1-3 feet on the south-facing shore, and 4-6 feet on the east-facing shore. Get ready for some fun in the sun! Next up, we have **Maui** where tonight will see mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers with east winds at 15 to 20 miles per hour. Surf heights are forecasted at 0-2 feet on the north and west-facing shores, 1-3 feet on the south-facing shore, and 4-6 feet on the east-facing shore. Time to hang ten! Heading to the **Big Island**, the windward and southeast shores will experience 0-2 feet on the north-facing shore, 4-6 feet on the east-facing shore, and 1-3 feet on the south-facing shore. Tonight expect mostly cloudy skies with showers likely, while Friday brings partly sunny skies with scattered showers. Winds will be around 10 to 15 miles per hour. Get ready to enjoy the waves! Wrapping it up with the Big Island's leeward side, tonight presents mostly cloudy skies with scattered showers. Surf will be 0-2 feet on the west-facing shore and 1-3 feet on the south-facing shore. Friday's forecast includes mostly sunny skies turning to mostly cloudy with isolated showers. Northwest winds will be around 5 miles per hour. Remember, surf heights can vary, so always stay alert for rip currents and be cautious near the waters. So there you have it, surfers and beachgoers! Get out there, ride those waves, and enjoy the beautiful Hawaiian waters. This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening. 🏄‍♂️🌊
    2 min. 25 sec.
  • Honolulu, HI Surf Report for 05-23-2024

    23 MAG 2024 · Hey there beachgoers! Ready for your daily dose of surf zone forecast fun from the beautiful islands of Hawaii? Let's dive right in and see what the waves have in store for us! First up, we've got Kauai in the spotlight. Tonight, expect mostly cloudy skies with scattered showers and surf ranging from 0 to 5 feet along different shores. Tomorrow, get ready for partly sunny weather with some showers lingering around. So, grab your boards and hit those waves! Moving on to Oahu, tonight will bring more clouds and scattered showers, but don't let that dampen your beach vibes. Surf along the east-facing shores will pick up to a fun 4 to 6 feet range by tomorrow. With an UV Index at "You Vee," don't forget your sunscreen! Maui is next on our surf adventure. Tonight, we're looking at some scattered showers and mostly cloudy skies, but tomorrow promises partly sunny weather. Surf will be in the 0 to 6 feet range, so plenty of different waves to catch! Big Island, both windward and leeward sides, are also on the surf map tonight. Expect some cloud cover and showers, but nothing that can stop a true surfer. Tomorrow brings a mix of sun and clouds with surf heights varying from 0 to 6 feet. So, get out there and ride those waves! No matter where you are in Hawaii, there's a wave waiting for you. Remember to stay safe, watch out for rip currents, and always check with local beach safety info before hitting the water. This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
    1 min. 38 sec.
  • Honolulu, HI Surf Report for 05-22-2024

    22 MAG 2024 · Hey there, surfers and beachgoers! Let's catch some waves with the latest surf forecast for Hawaii straight from the National Weather Service in Honolulu. We've got some changes coming up, as the current south swell is on the decline. South-facing shores will be dipping below average by Wednesday. But don't worry, a few small and inconsistent southwest swells are expected throughout the week. And hold tight for some rough surf along east-facing shores as trade winds ramp up. For our Kauai crew, tonight expect mostly cloudy skies with scattered showers. Surf-wise, we're looking at 0-2 feet on the north, 3-5 feet on the west, 4-6 feet on the south, and 2-4 feet on the east. Light east winds at 5 to 10 mph as you hit the waves. Moving on to Oahu, tonight it's mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. Surf heights range from 0-2 feet on the north, 3-5 feet on the west, 4-6 feet on the south, and 2-4 feet on the east. Keep an eye out for those east winds at 10 to 15 mph. Over on Maui, expect mostly cloudy conditions tonight with scattered showers. Surf will be 0-2 feet on the north, 2-4 feet on the west, 4-6 feet on the south, and 2-4 feet on the east. Get ready for east winds at around 15 mph. For the Big Island's Windward and Southeast areas, tonight will bring mostly cloudy skies with frequent showers. Surf conditions are looking at 0-2 feet on the north, 2-4 feet on the east, and 4-6 feet on the south. Winds will be around 5 to 10 mph from the east. Lastly, Big Island's Leeward side can expect mostly cloudy skies transitioning to partly cloudy with scattered showers. Surf heights should be 2-4 feet on the west and 4-6 feet on the south. Winds will be a mix of directions, so keep an eye on those park-upon-arrival points. Remember, surf heights can vary, so stay cautious, especially with rip currents. And for all the beach safety info you could ever need, check out hawaiibeachsafety.com. Catch you in the lineup, and have a great time out there surfing in paradise! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
    2 min. 20 sec.
  • Honolulu, HI for 05-21-2024

    21 MAG 2024 · Hey there surfers and beachgoers! Welcome to your lively surf zone forecast for Hawaii! Let's dive right in and see what the waves have in store for us. Surf along south-facing shores is going to gradually decline over the next week, but don't worry, a small southeast swell might pop up for the weekend! East facing shores will be on the rise as trades get a boost, so get ready for some action there. North facing shores are looking pretty flat with just a touch of local windswell and a hint of energy from the northwest. Starting off in Kauai, tonight expect some scattered showers with temps in the lower 70s and east winds around 10 mph. Surf-wise, north-facing shores will be at 1-3 feet, west-facing at 4-6 feet, south-facing at 5-7 feet, and east-facing at 2-4 feet. Tomorrow, partly sunny skies with more scattered showers and highs in the mid-80s. Moving over to Oahu, similar conditions with scattered showers tonight and mostly cloudy skies. Surf heights stay consistent with 1-3 feet on north-facing shores, 4-6 feet on west-facing, 5-7 feet on south-facing, and 2-4 feet on east-facing. Tomorrow, expect partly sunny weather with highs in the lower 80s and isolated showers. Heading to Maui, partly cloudy tonight with scattered showers and east winds at 10 to 15 mph. Surf will be 1-3 feet on north-facing shores, 3-5 feet on west-facing, 5-7 feet on south-facing, and 2-4 feet on east-facing. Tomorrow, partly sunny with highs in the lower 80s and isolated showers. Wrapping up on the Big Island, it's mostly cloudy tonight with scattered showers and light east winds. Surf will be 1-3 feet on north-facing shores, 2-4 feet on east-facing, and 5-7 feet on south-facing shores. Tomorrow, expect numerous showers with highs in the lower 80s. Remember to stay safe, watch out for rip currents, and check in with your local lifeguards for any beach hazard info. Get out there and catch some waves or just soak up the sun! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
    2 min. 16 sec.
  • Honolulu, HI for 05-20-2024

    20 MAG 2024 · Hey there surfers and beachgoers! Ready for some gnarly surf zone forecast action straight from Hawaii? Let's dive in to the wave-tastic details for some rad surfing vibes! Alrighty, so here's the scoop: we've got overlapping south swells hanging around, keeping those south-facing shores rockin' at advisory levels for a bit longer. High Surf Advisory for the south is on until tonight, possibly stretching into Monday morning. Expect those south shore waves to gradually ease off from Monday onwards as the swell fades. But hey, brace yourselves for a tiny, long-period south swell rolling in on Thursday, sticking around till the weekend. Now, on the flip side, that puny northwest swell we've got going on now will fade out by Monday, leaving the north shores almost flat Tuesday through the weekend. East-facing shores are chillin', below average through Monday, but get stoked for an uptick from Tuesday onwards as those trade winds amp up around the islands. Let's break it down for each spot: Kauai, tonight's got some partly cloudy skies, a chance of scattered showers, with waves ranging from 1-3 feet on the north shore to 7-10 feet on the south. Highs in the lower 70s, with light southeast winds. And for Monday, plan for mostly sunny skies, scattered showers, and mid-80s temps, with east winds at 10-15 mph. Oahu, clouds will clear up after midnight, with a slight chance of rain tonight. Expect 1-3 feet on the north shore and 6-8 feet on the south. Highs in the lower 70s, with east winds at 10 mph. Monday's looking sunny, with highs in the 80s and east winds at 10-15 mph. Maui, it's mostly cloudy tonight, with east winds at 10-15 mph. Waves rolling in at 1-3 feet on the north shore and 6-8 feet on the south. And for Monday, mostly sunny, isolated showers, and east winds at 10-15 mph. Big Island, Windward and Southeast, tonight's got scattered showers, with waves at 1-3 feet on the north shore and 6-8 feet on the south. Lows around 70 with southeast winds at 5-10 mph. Monday's vibe: mostly cloudy, with isolated showers and east winds at 10-15 mph. Big Island, Leeward, the waves are at 4-6 feet on the west-facing shores and 6-8 feet on the south. Tonight's forecast: cloudy, light winds, with lows in the lower 70s. And Monday's looking partly sunny, with southwest winds and mid-80s temps. So there you have it, surfer dudes and dudettes! Plan your surf sesh wisely and catch those waves while you can. Stay safe, have a blast, and remember to check for any updates before hitting the waves! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
    2 min. 54 sec.
  • Honolulu, HI for 05-19-2024

    19 MAG 2024 · Hey there surfers and beachgoers! Ready for the latest scoop on the waves in Hawaii? Let's dive in! First off, if you're planning to hit the south-facing shores, you're in luck! We've got some elevated surf hanging around thanks to a couple of long-period SSW swells. High Surf Advisory is extended through Sunday, so ride those waves and enjoy the thrill! For those eyeing the north-facing shores, surf heights are steadily decreasing through the weekend. But don't worry, the surf will be back to its usual self next week. East-facing shores are a bit on the quiet side now, but there might be an uptick in surf next week as the trades return. Fingers crossed for some fun waves ahead! Now, let's break it down per island: On Kauai, expect some exciting waves on those south-facing shores, with surf ranging from 7 to 10 feet. North-facing shores are looking at 5-7 feet, while east and west shores are in the 1-3 to 6-8 feet range. Showers with isolated thunderstorms are on the cards tonight, so keep an eye on the weather! Over on Oahu, the south-facing shores are where it's at with 7-10 feet waves. North-facing shores are catching 4-6 feet waves, while east and west shores are looking at 1-3 to 6-8 feet. Scattered showers are expected on this beautiful island, so pack your rain gear just in case! Maui is also joining the party with those high surf advisories on the south-facing shores. Waves are pumping at 7-10 feet! North-facing shores are at 3-5 feet, and east and west shores vary from 1-3 to 4-6 feet. Scattered showers and mostly sunny weather are in store, so get ready for a mix of conditions while catching those waves! Lastly, let's not forget Big Island! South-facing shores are rocking 7-10 feet surf heights. North-facing shores will see 1-3 feet waves, and east-facing shores are around 1-3 feet. Keep an umbrella handy as there are scattered showers expected. As always, be cautious of rip currents and stay safe out there in the surf! And if you want to check out beach hazard and safety info, head over to hawaiibeachsafety.com. This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening. 🌊🏄‍♂️
    2 min. 23 sec.
  • Honolulu, HI for 05-18-2024

    18 MAG 2024 · Hey there surfers and beachgoers! Ready for a forecast that'll make you want to catch some epic waves? Let's dive right into it! For our buddies in Hawaii, things are looking pretty exciting with some high surf advisory action happening on those south-facing shores. We've got some long-period swells coming in, keeping the surf up through the weekend. So, grab your boards and get ready for some good times out there! Over in Kauai, we're looking at some solid sets on the way. North and west-facing shores holding steady, while the real fun is happening on those south-facing shores. Keep an eye out for some rough conditions due to the mix of onshore winds and swells, but hey, that's all part of the thrill, right? On Oahu, things are heating up too! South-facing shores are where it's at with some solid waves rolling in. East-facing shores are calm for now, but who knows, there might be a surprise waiting next week as the trades kick in. Maui is seeing some good surf as well, especially on those south-facing shores. The windward and southeast parts of the Big Island are getting in on the action too, so make sure you're ready to catch those waves! As the sun sets on another beautiful day in paradise, remember to stay safe out there. Rip currents can be sneaky, so keep an eye out for each other and, most importantly, have a blast riding those waves! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
    1 min. 32 sec.
  • Honolulu, HI for 05-17-2024

    17 MAG 2024 · Hey there, surfers! Ready for the latest scoop on the waves in Hawaii? Let's dive in! Surf along south-facing shores is going to be pumping through early next week thanks to some long-period swells. Ride those waves while you can because a High Surf Advisory is in place through Friday. Expect some bumpy rides with onshore winds, swells, and heavy showers in the mix. Over on the north and west facing shores, the surf will be cruising below advisory levels, thanks to some ongoing short-period northwest swells. So, get ready for those mellow sets! For east facing shores, it's going to be a chill vibe this weekend with below-average surf, but things might pick up next week as the trades return. Now, let's break it down by location: - Kauai: South-facing shores are looking at 7-10 feet surf. So, wax those boards and catch some waves! - Oahu: Similar story here with 7-10 feet surf at the south-facing shores. Plus, watch out for isolated thunderstorms. - Maui: South-facing shores are where it's at with 7-10 feet surf. Enjoy the waves under the partly sunny skies. - Big Island: South-facing shores are also hitting 7-10 feet surf. So, make your way there for some epic rides! Remember, surf heights can vary, and rip currents may sneak up on you. Stay safe out there, and always keep an eye out for updates on beach safety. This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
    1 min. 32 sec.
  • Honolulu, HI for 05-16-2024

    16 MAG 2024 · Hey there surfers and beachgoers, welcome to your updated surf zone forecast for the beautiful Hawaii! Let's dive into the waves and see what's brewing for you starting tonight and heading into Thursday. Tonight, you can expect surf heights to steadily rise along the North, West, and South facing shores. So, get ready for some action as heights near the advisory level for South facing shores by the end of Thursday. But hold onto your boards since rough conditions are expected due to breezy onshore winds. For our North facing shores, we're looking at waves ranging from 3-5 feet in the evening, picking up to 6-8 feet by afternoon Thursday. West facing shores will be in the 2-4 feet range tonight, building up to 4-6 feet tomorrow. And as for our South facing shores, get ready for 4-6 feet waves tonight, climbing to 6-8 feet on Thursday. Now, let's not forget about the weather - tonight expect mostly cloudy skies with numerous showers and lows in the upper 60s. Tomorrow, we're looking at partly sunny skies with scattered showers and highs around 80 degrees. For Oahu, Maui, and the Big Island, similar surf trends are expected with varying heights and conditions. So wherever you are, be prepared for some fun waves and maybe even a stray thunderstorm or two. Remember, surf heights can vary along the coastline, so always keep an eye out for rip currents and stay safe out on the water. And hey, why not catch some waves while enjoying the beautiful Hawaiian scenery? This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening. 🏄‍♂️🌊
    1 min. 44 sec.
  • Honolulu, HI for 05-15-2024

    15 MAG 2024 · Hey there surfers and beachgoers! Ready for some surf zone forecast fun in Hawaii? Let's dive in! So, what's the scoop for the Aloha state? Looks like we've got some exciting swells coming our way! A mix of long-period south swells will keep those south-facing shores rockin' near to just below average for now. But hold onto your board shorts because a second set of southerly swells is on its way, possibly bringing above-average surf by Thursday and lasting through the weekend. Don't worry, Northwest fans, we've got you covered too! A new medium-period northwest swell is rolling in tonight, peaking tomorrow, with another short-period northwest swell coming in hot Wednesday night into Friday. Those West facing shores are in for a treat with some bumpin' surf this week! For tonight on Kauai, expect mostly cloudy skies turning partly cloudy with scattered showers. Lows in the lower 70s with Southwest winds at 5 to 10 mph. And watch those tides at Hanalei Bay and Nawiliwili! Tomorrow is looking partly sunny on the Garden Isle, with scattered showers and highs in the lower 80s. Keep an eye on those Southwest winds at 10 to 15 mph and tides at Hanalei Bay and Nawiliwili. Over on Oahu tonight, it's mostly cloudy with showers likely and lows in the lower 70s. South winds at 5 to 10 mph will keep things breezy, and tides in Honolulu, Waianae, Haleiwa, and Mokuoloe are on the move. Wednesday on Oahu calls for a cloudy day with frequent showers and isolated thunderstorms. Highs in the lower 80s with South winds at 15 to 20 mph. Don't forget to check those UV levels and keep an eye on the tides at various spots around the island. Maui, you're up next! Tonight, expect mostly cloudy skies turning partly cloudy with scattered showers and around 70 degrees. Southeast winds at 5 to 10 mph and tides at Kahului are on the schedule. Wednesday on the Valley Isle brings more clouds with scattered showers and highs in the lower 80s. Keep an eye on those South winds at 10 to 15 mph and tides at Kahului. Big Island, we haven't forgotten about you! Windward and Southeast shores, expect mostly sunny skies tomorrow with isolated showers and highs in the lower 80s. Southeast winds at 15 to 20 mph will make for a fantastic day! On the Leeward side of the Big Island, tonight is partly cloudy with isolated showers and lows in the lower 70s. North winds shifting to the east after midnight, tides around Kona and Kawaihae, and highs in the mid-80s on the way for Wednesday. And remember, surf heights can vary from beach to beach, so be sure to stay safe out there and watch out for rip currents! This has been a Quiet Please Studios audio creation with the help of AI. Please subscribe and never miss a Swell! Thank you for listening.
    2 min. 58 sec.

Honolulu Hawaii Surf ReportScore the best waves on Oahu's South Shore with your AI surf advisor! The "Honolulu Hawaii Surf Report" is your inside track to legendary surf spots like...

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Honolulu Hawaii Surf ReportScore the best waves on Oahu's South Shore with your AI surf advisor!

The "Honolulu Hawaii Surf Report" is your inside track to legendary surf spots like Waikiki, Ala Moana, and Diamond Head. Harnessing the power of AI to analyze National Weather Service data, this podcast gives you everything you need to know about the wave conditions in Honolulu.

What's inside each episode:
  • Essential Wave Info: Wave height, swell direction and period, wind speed and direction, and water temperature reports.
  • Focus on Oahu's South Shore: We'll highlight the impact on iconic breaks with recommendations for different skill levels.
  • The North Shore Watch (Seasonal): Get updates on when the big winter swells hit Oahu's North Shore, including insights about when it might be manageable for experienced surfers.
  • Island Vibes: Stay connected to the Hawaiian surf culture with potential updates on local events, surf contests, and the unique energy of the Honolulu surf scene.
  • Future Expansion: Community Connection: We aim to integrate a network of local surfers and shops to give real-time observations and inside tips.
Who benefits most from the "Honolulu Hawaii Surf Report":
  • Oahu Residents: Get daily surf intel customized for your home breaks.
  • Hawaii Visitors: Plan your surf adventure with an understanding of what the waves will be like during your stay.
  • Dreamers & Wave Lovers: Stay connected to the pulse of surf in one of the world's most iconic destinations.
Our AI-powered approach streamlines your surf session planning.

Get stoked! Subscribe to the "Honolulu Hawaii Surf Report" and make the most of every swell!
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