Here's a photo by Jeremy Riggs that shows (if you know the gopro cameras) the remarkable size of the windswell on a non-foiled Maliko run.
Here's a guy we all have to learn from. Live every day like it was your last one, because you know, one it will be and it could be today. And if you see that as a negative thought, you got it all wrong.
4am significant buoy readings
No indication of southerly energy at the buoys, the Surfline forecast calls for 0.5f 16s.
Below is the graph, that looks just like the Surfline forecast I posted yesterday. Maybe a little difference in the fact that the northerly energy is hanging in there just slightly bigger than predicted and that might give me the opportunity to pull an unexpected successful surf guide rabbit off the hat this morning, we'll see.
Wind map at noon shows strong easterly trades.
North Pacific shows a NW fetch and a strong E windswell one.
Nothing of relevance in the South Pacific.