Kauai Surf Forecast for November 30, 2022
|Weather||Mostly sunny. Isolated showers.|
|High Temperature||In the lower 80s.|
|Winds||Southeast winds around 10 mph, becoming
northeast in the afternoon.
|Sunrise||6:58 AM HST.|
|Sunset||5:53 PM HST.|
The current long-period west-northwest swell (310 degrees) will gradually decline today. A larger, west- northwest (300 degrees) swell is expected to build Thursday into Friday and will produce surf heights well above the advisory threshold and possibly reaching borderline warning thresholds along most north and west facing shores. Due to the westerly angle, this larger swell could see surf heights reach High Surf Advisory thresholds for west Big Island on Friday.
Surf along east facing shores will remain small through the next several days as winds remain light. A rise is expected over the weekend as a moderate northeast swell fills in. A tiny southwest swell is possible along south facing shores today. Otherwise, only background energy from the south is expected through the rest of the week.