shores of all islands, Hawaii News Now reports.
A high surf warning indicates that dangerous andÂ battering waves will pound the shoreline, resulting in very dangerous swimming conditions and deadly rip currents.
If you are wondering about "The Eddie".. Jodi Wilmott, a spokesperson for the big wave surfing contest sent Hawaii News Now an email saying that while the waves will be big, "Organizers of the Quiksilver In Memory of Eddie Aikau say that they are not planning on running the event tomorrow."
"The likelihood is slim to none," said event organizer Glen Moncata. "This is a fast-moving system that will likely peak overnight and drop throughout the day tomorrow. There will be some waves in the 20-foot range overnight, but very little of the 20+ scale that the event mandates tomorrow. It will be a good opportunity for competitors to warm up."