Forecast: Surf still up along south shores

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High pressure north of the state will keep a moderate trade wind flow in place through the first part of next week. Clouds and showers will focus primarily over windward and mauka areas, but an occasional shower will drift into leeward areas mainly during the overnight and early morning hours.

Trades today will peak this afternoon at 15-20 mph with some stronger gusts. High in Honolulu 85 degrees.

Surf is elevated on all shores. Buoy readings indicate the advisory sized surf will continue along south shores through today, then decline tonight. The National Weather Service forecast calls for 5-8 feet south, 4-6 feet east and north, 3-6 feet west.

High Surf Advisory for all south shores and the west side of the Big Island.

Small Craft Advisory for channels east of Molokai, Maalaea Bay, and coastal waters south and west of the Big Island.

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