Volcano, HI (96785)

3:58 AM HST on May 25, 2017 (GMT -1000)
mauna loa est | | Change Station
Active Advisory: Special Statement

Elev 3500 ft 19.43 °N, 155.22 °W | Updated 11 seconds ago

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Feels Like 55.2 °F
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Special Statement
Issued: 3:24 PM HST May. 24, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Coastal flooding anticipated in conjunction with high tides
and incoming South Shore surf...

Coastal flooding is anticipated over the next several days
along all shores of the Hawaiian islands due to record level
Spring (king) tides. Similar to the April 28th through may 1st
weekend, when the highest tides on record were reported for
Honolulu, impacts will include beach flooding and standing
water on roadways and low-lying areas near the coast through
the weekend.

A large Summer south swell is expected to build on Friday and
continue through the Memorial Day weekend, before steadily
easing next week. Surf generated from this south swell will
likely be advisory-level heights, but will be exacerbated by
the high tides resulting in additional beach run up, flooding
and erosion.

The following are the daily forecast tide levels and times for
Honolulu which will correspond to the maximum coastal impact. Be
advised that observed tides are running higher than these values.

5/24 Wednesday 3:36 PM HST 2.3 feet
5/25 Thursday 4:21 PM HST 2.4 feet
5/26 Friday 5:07 PM HST 2.5 feet (south shore surf expected)
5/27 Saturday 5:56 PM HST 2.4 feet (south shore surf expected)
5/28 Sunday 6:47 PM HST 2.3 feet
5/29 Monday 7:40 PM HST 2.1 feet

Other islands and shorelines can expect similar daily high tide
times. Please visit the website tidesandcurrents.NOAA.Gov for
more information about water levels in your area.


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324 PM HST Wed may 24 2017

... Coastal flooding anticipated in conjunction with high tides
and incoming South Shore surf...

Coastal flooding is anticipated over the next several days
along all shores of the Hawaiian islands due to record level
Spring (king) tides. Similar to the April 28th through may 1st
weekend, when the highest tides on record were reported for
Honolulu, impacts will include beach flooding and standing
water on roadways and low-lying areas near the coast through
the weekend.

A large Summer south swell is expected to build on Friday and
continue through the Memorial Day weekend, before steadily
easing next week. Surf generated from this south swell will
likely be advisory-level heights, but will be exacerbated by
the high tides resulting in additional beach run up, flooding
and erosion.

The following are the daily forecast tide levels and times for
Honolulu which will correspond to the maximum coastal impact. Be
advised that observed tides are running higher than these values.

5/24 Wednesday 3:36 PM HST 2.3 feet
5/25 Thursday 4:21 PM HST 2.4 feet
5/26 Friday 5:07 PM HST 2.5 feet (south shore surf expected)
5/27 Saturday 5:56 PM HST 2.4 feet (south shore surf expected)
5/28 Sunday 6:47 PM HST 2.3 feet
5/29 Monday 7:40 PM HST 2.1 feet

Other islands and shorelines can expect similar daily high tide
times. Please visit the website tidesandcurrents.NOAA.Gov for
more information about water levels in your area.


Foster


312 PM HST Wed may 24 2017

... Coastal flooding anticipated in conjunction with high tides
and incoming South Shore surf...

Coastal flooding is anticipated over the next several days
along all shores of the Hawaiian islands due to record level
Spring (king) tides. Similar to the April 28th through may 1st
weekend, when the highest tides on record were reported for
Honolulu, impacts will include beach flooding and standing
water on roadways and low-lying areas near the coast through
the weekend.

A large Summer south swell is expected to build on Friday and
continue through the Memorial Day weekend, before steadily
easing next week. Surf generated from this south swell will
likely be advisory-level heights, but will be exacerbated by
the high tides resulting in additional beach run up, flooding
and erosion.

The following are the daily high tide times for Honolulu which
will correspond to the maximum coastal impact:

5/24 Wednesday 3:36 PM HST 2.3 feet
5/25 Thursday 4:21 PM HST 2.4 feet
5/26 Friday 5:07 PM HST 2.5 feet (south shore surf expected)
5/27 Saturday 5:56 PM HST 2.4 feet (south shore surf expected)
5/28 Sunday 6:47 PM HST 2.3 feet
5/29 Monday 7:40 PM HST 2.1 feet

Other islands and shorelines can expect similar daily high tide
times. Please visit the website tidesandcurrents.NOAA.Gov for
more information about water levels in your area.


Foster

806 am HST Wed may 24 2017

... Coastal flooding anticipated in conjunction with high tides
and incoming South Shore surf...

Coastal flooding is anticipated over the next several days
along all shores of the Hawaiian islands due to record level
Spring (king) tides. Similar to the April 28th through may 1st
weekend, when the highest tides on record were reported for
Honolulu, impacts will include beach flooding and standing
water on roadways and low-lying areas near the coast through
the weekend.

A large Summer south swell is expected to build on Friday and
continue through the Memorial Day weekend, before steadily
easing next week. Surf generated from this south swell will
likely be advisory-level heights, but will be exacerbated by
the high tides resulting in additional beach run up, flooding
and erosion.

The following are the daily high tide times for Honolulu which
will correspond to the maximum coastal impact:

5/24 Wednesday 3:36 PM HST
5/25 Thursday 4:20 PM HST
5/26 Friday 5:07 PM HST (peak water levels/surf expected)
5/27 Saturday 5:55 PM HST (peak water levels/surf expected)
5/28 Sunday 6:46 PM HST
5/29 Monday 7:40 PM HST

Other islands and shorelines can expect similar daily high tide
times. Please visit the website tidesandcurrents.NOAA.Gov for
more information about water levels in your area.


Foster


806 am HST Wed may 24 2017

... Coastal flooding anticipated in conjunction with high tides
and incoming South Shore surf...

Coastal flooding is anticipated over the next several days
along all shores of the Hawaiian islands due to record level
Spring (king) tides. Similar to the April 28th through may 1st
weekend, when the highest tides on record were reported for
Honolulu, impacts will include beach flooding and standing
water on roadways and low-lying areas near the coast through
the weekend.

A large Summer south swell is expected to build on Friday and
continue through the Memorial Day weekend, before steadily
easing next week. Surf generated from this south swell will
likely be advisory-level heights, but will be exacerbated by
the high tides resulting in additional beach run up, flooding
and erosion.

The following are the daily high tide times for Honolulu which
will correspond to the maximum coastal impact:

5/24 Wednesday 3:36 PM HST
5/25 Thursday 4:20 PM HST
5/26 Friday 5:07 PM HST (peak water levels/surf expected)
5/27 Saturday 5:55 PM HST (peak water levels/surf expected)
5/28 Sunday 6:46 PM HST
5/29 Monday 7:40 PM HST

Other islands and shorelines can expect similar daily high tide
times. Please visit the website tidesandcurrents.NOAA.Gov for
more information about water levels in your area.


Foster

756 am HST Wed may 24 2017

Coastal flooding is anticipated over the next several days
along all shores of the Hawaiian islands due to record level
Spring (king) tides. Similar to the April 28th through may 1st
weekend, when the highest tides on record were reported for
Honolulu, impacts will include beach flooding and standing
water on roadways and low-lying areas near the coast through
the weekend.

A large Summer south swell is expected to build on Friday and
continue through the Memorial Day weekend, before steadily
easing next week. Surf generated from this south swell will
likely be advisory-level heights, but will be exacerbated by
the high tides resulting in additional beach run up, flooding
and erosion.

The following are the daily high tide times for Honolulu which
will correspond to the maximum coastal impact:

5/24 Wednesday 3:36 PM HST
5/25 Thursday 4:20 PM HST
5/26 Friday 5:07 PM HST (peak water levels/surf expected)
5/27 Saturday 5:55 PM HST (peak water levels/surf expected)
5/28 Sunday 6:46 PM HST
5/29 Monday 7:40 PM HST

Other islands and shorelines can expect similar daily high tide
times. Please visit the website tidesandcurrents.NOAA.Gov for
more information about water levels in your area.


Foster