Nothing at the buoys, check the webcam if you're interested.
6.4ft @ 9s from 81° (E)
4.6ft @ 9s from 53° (ENE)
Notice the following:
- all the black lines (sum of all the energies in the water) went down compared to yesterday. That's because the Kona low moved away and the related northerly swell has declined.
- the NW buoy didn't record the first small very long period readings of it (I put a blue dotted line where they should have been). That teaches us that we can expect that again from that buoy, unless there's nothing else hitting it.
- the NW swell is pretty steady at the NW buoy, so we can expect it to be also locally all day today. It might just lose 1-2 seconds in the period.