5am significant buoy readings
No indication of southerly energy at the buoys, the Surfline forecast calls for 0.6 9s, which is pretty much nothing. I wonder how big/small the windswell left by 4 days of kona is, but I have no reports.
1.8ft @ 9s from 320° (NW)
But I hope that showing it once in a while will show the readers how cool it is to know what's coming 17 days ahead. If you click on the links n.14 and 15 and then on the offshore swells tab, you still get the next three days if you're not a subscriber. Knowing the long term forecast can be useful for planning work vs play time and it's key if you want to take a last minute surf trip based on the forecast (I do that when I go to Indo).
Anyway, four NW swells back to back, the second of which might reach warning levels. As you can see, unfortunately the trades are going to get pretty strong mid next week and the related windswell will become quite elevated. But Honolua will be breaking beautifully.
There are also going to be quite some windsurfing action at Hookipa, as many brands are waiting for the right conditions for their annual photoshoots.