This is Isaac Stunt in a photo of Jimmie Hepp
Today the wind should be again delightfully absent in the morning and sea breezy in the afternoon.
The waves will be smaller, as the Pauwela buoy graph and 6am reading indicate:
2.7ft @ 11s from 19° (NNE)
That's because, despite the compactness of the fetch and the non-capturedness (might as well be the first time such a word gets used in human history), the weather map below shows a value of below 949 and that's not even in the middle.
When it passed of the island of Vanuatu a few days ago, it was around 920 and it had winds of 165mph. No wonder it caused some damage there.
Photo report from Hookipa coming up soon, sorry if I'm late this morning.