And looks like I'm gonna get it...
Title, graph and the following forecast are from surfline.com
Progressively larger NW groundswells will charge Hawaii over the week, climaxing with a big swell the night of Christmas Eve. Santa will even bring a small, but fun-size SSW swell for the southerly exposures.
It will pretty west, but still big enough for Jaws. From the map below (that I got from the NOAA site), my guess that the Molokai shadow for Jaws is around 300 degress and around 308 for Hookipa. The West Maui Mountain shadow for Kanaha is around 320.
And from this other one, you can see how the Honolua Bay shadow line from Molokai is around 335.
Don't forget that the bigger (and longer period) the swell, the higher the ability of it of wrapping around land points and spreading angularly.
So, where is going to be good? Well, I'm giving you guys the info...