Saturday, July 02, 2005

Saturday 7-2: 6am forecast

Howzit everybody. Little energy from around 200 degrees started to show at two of the buoys south of Hawaii. The equator buoy peaked Friday morning with 4 feet, 16 seconds. Thismorning it's sill hanging in there, but the period went quickly down to 12 sec. That means that the swell should peak in Hawaii around noon Sunday and linger for a couple of days. Not a big one, though.
Monday we should also get some energy from WNW that will make for some fun wavesailing rides.
And next week a few more back to back medium southern hemi episodes.
Strong trades.

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