Forecast: Another front to approach middle of next week; Big north shore surf

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Published: Oct. 14, 2022 at 4:41 AM HST
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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Increasing and locally breezy northeasterly trade winds later today into Saturday, with winds turning toward the east and gradually weakening again on Sunday.

A mostly dry and stable weather pattern is expected to develop over the weekend.

Winds will trend weaker Monday and Tuesday as another front approaches, with mostly dry weather persisting.

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Surf is also large on the north shore as a near advisory level swell continues to rise today before gradually lowering thru the weekend.

Another north-northwest swell is forecast to arrive early next week, potentially producing another round of near advisory level surf for north facing shores.

A small, long-period south swell will continue to slowly fill in, and will boost surf along south-facing shores to near the summertime average through Saturday before returning to mainly background levels Sunday through early next week.

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