This photo shows the size of the set waves on the south shore.
And if you feel that need for a more dynamic action shot, how's this one from GoFoil of Zane Schweitzer and Austin Kalama doing aerials (the former one strapless) on their SUP foiling boards using the wake of a boat?
3am significant buoy readings
No indication of southerly energy at the buoys, the Surfline forecast calls for 1.8f 11s.
3.4ft @ 11s from 328° (NW)
3.9ft @ 9s from 75° (ENE)
Tomorrow a new pulse should arrive (green line with black arrow) and reach almost 6f 14s at sunset. From what I remember from the unimpressive fetches of the past few days, that seems a bit optimistic to me, but it is going to be bigger than the last two ones (Friday and yesterday/today). In the end, size won't matter much because, as it's been the case for the last 2 weeks, the north shore will be windy and blown out.
Wind map at noon.
North Pacific only shows a small fetch in the NW corner.
South Pacific's main fetch is the very tail of a stronger one that now is aiming at Americas, but I think we'll get some angular spreading of it. Plus it was much better oriented yesterday.