High Surf Advisory for all south-facing shores

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - South shore waves have grown in size overnight Wednesday and triggered a High Surf Advisory.

There have been reports of head-high surf at some Waikiki surf spots Wednesday morning. The biggest waves may occur with the low tide about 2 p.m. Thursday afternoon and then slowly decline.

The National Weather Service expects the High Surf Advisory to be up until Thursday evening.

A new, reinforcing swell is expected to start rolling in on Friday and could keep the advisory posted into Saturday.

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