The Waimea Bay buoy forecast isn’t as exciting as last week, but there are a few modest Northwest swells heading towards Hawaii. The current swell continues to decline through Saturday, while a fresh pulse begins to fill on Sunday, peaking mid-morning (5.9 feet at 13.4 seconds 310°).
A smaller, more Northerly pulse is forecast to build through Wednesday (11/24), peaking in the evening (4.9 feet at 12.4 seconds 322°). Both swells should produce head-high to overhead surf, but fall short of advisory conditions.
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