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High Surf Advisory canceled as Darby moves away from state

(Image: Jock Goodman) (Image: Jock Goodman)
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

[Update 7/25 at 6 a.m.]

The High Surf Advisory has been canceled as Darby continues to move away from the state.

[Original story]

Although a High Surf Warning has been canceled for east-facing shores of Maui and the Big Island as Tropical Storm Darby continues to move away, the storm is still bringing large surf to the rest of the state.

A High Surf Advisory is still in effect for east-facing shores of Kauai, Oahu and Maui County until 6 a.m. Monday.

Surf is forecast to reach 6 to 9 feet during the advisory period.

Beachgoers should expect big waves, shore break and strong rip currents that will make swimming difficult and dangerous. Large waves can also potentially cause coastal flooding and damage. 

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