Surfing

Ian ‘Akahi Masterson and John Clark presented a lecture on the history of surfing on June 13 at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. 

A cause for concern this weekend is a large cold front to the west of the islands. This front is not expected to hit the Hawaiian islands at full force, but be prepared for a lot of rain this weekend.

Even though the winds are expected to be relatively weak on Friday, do not look for very high waves. The highest wave projections are between 2 to 3 feet for the eastern shore of ‘Oahu.

Weekend surf report and forecast

Friday – Mostly Cloudy with a high temperature around the low 80s. Northwest winds reaching 10 to 15 mph. 20 to 30 percent chance of precipitation.

Best Place to Surf - Lanikai Beach with 2 to 3 ft waves

Saturday – Scattered Showers with a high temperature around the low 80s. Wind speeds reaching 5 to 10 mph with no clear direction. 70 to 80 percent chance of precipitation.

Avoid Surfing.

Sunday – Scattered Showers with a high temperature around the low 80s. Wind speeds reaching 5 to 10 mph with no clear direction. 70 to 80 percent chance of precipitation.

Avoid Surfing.