4am significant buoy readings
3.1ft @ 15s from 172° (S)
3.9ft @ 14s from 161° (SSE)
4.1ft @ 15s from 168° (SSE)
Solid readings at the buoys, the south shore will have waves in a range that I will guess at least chest to head high from home on the Lahaina side. You never really know the amount of energy that Kahoolawe will block, specially without a reliable indication of the direction of the swell.
I have no idea of where the fetch of this swell was (because I wasn't checking them) and the Surfline forecast calls for 197. Today it should be the peak of the swell, but there should be waves pretty much all week, before another solid S swell will hit on Friday. Didn't see the fetch of that one either.
Expect a beach report later.
4.4ft @ 8s from 65° (ENE)
Wind map at noon.
North Pacific only offers a windswell fetch.
South shore has more Tasman Sea energy in store for us. I can't help to notice the lack of wind in Fiji, Two-feet-Pete must be happy.