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High surf advisory due to the former Tropical Cyclone Daniel


By Hawaii 24/7 Staff

The National Weather Service in Honolulu has issued a high surf advisory for East facing shores of the Big Island starting at midnight Tuesday (July 10) through 6 p.m. Friday (July 13).

Tropical Depression Daniel has been downgraded to a remant low pressure system by the National Weather Service.

Eastern swells generated from the former Tropical Cyclone Daniel will reach the Big Island and continue through the week. Surf is forecast to be in the five to eight foot range through Wednesday (July 11) with bigger waves expected later in the week.

Ocean and beachgoers should use caution due to rip currents and localized beach erosion from the surf.

The small craft advisory has been cancelled.

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