Hawaii surf: North swell to tapering off
A minor swell that brought surf to the North Shore over the weekend has started to dissipate, the National Weather Service said.
Expect surf today of 2 to 4 feet along north- and east-facing shores.
Surf along south-facing shores will drop to 2 to 3 feet today, while surf of just 1 to 2 feet is expected along west-facing shores.
Outlook through Saturday, June 6: The north-facing shores will continue to see a small, out-of-season swell through most of Monday. A new northwest swell is expected to reach the north and west shores at mid week with a small to medium size surf.
The south facing shores will be experiencing a gradual up trend beginning Monday night and maxing out near advisory levels of 8 feet at mid week.