NW swell was pretty solid at Hookipa. This is my pick of Jimmie Hepp's album.
This is Matias again in a bottom to top turn combo at sunset.
No southerly energy at the buoys, but it could be masked by the NW wrap. No point at reporting those readings either, as the wrap at Lanai will be completely different from what eventually gets on Maui's south shore (not much, imo). The only way to find out what's in the water is to check the Lahaina webcam.
10.4ft @ 14s from 343° (NNW)
7.9ft @ 15s from 334° (NNW)
7.4ft @ 15s from 328° (NW)
Solid continuous uninterrupted NW energy on tap, as the graph of the NW buoy shows: 10 feet average with little ups and dows. The XL swell is not hitting yet (at least it's not reported), that's good news for the Jaws contest that has been called on for Thursday. Pauwela shows 7.4ft 15s, Hookipa too big for most surfers, choose other spots, unless you can handle double overhead plus.
High Tide High Tide Low Tide Low Tide Sunrise Sunset
North Pacific has a NW fetch. Feels like there's been a fetch in that position for the last 5 days in a row...
Nothing from the south.