No photo of the day either, this is a photo from Monday in Lahaina by my friend Matt Brown from this gallery. That was a fantastic day.
3am significant buoy readings
2.6ft @ 13s from 190° (S)
2.3ft @ 13s from 152° (SSE)
2.5ft @ 12s from 146° (SE)
2.2ft @ 13s from 177° (S)
Oahu's Barbers Point buoy is back online and it shows similar numbers to the outer buoys, but a much more reliable direction indication. Still waves on the south shore, but down to probably waist to chest high.
6ft @ 8s from 68° (ENE)
Well, that's not really true, as Windguru is extremely reliable. Here's their wonderful 10 days table that shows a lot of the best color for any wind related sport (other than downwinders maybe): green. Notice that the only predicted rain is where the orange is. Unless there's a front passing by, the stronger the trades, the higher the chances of rain.
North Pacific only shows a windswell fetch.
South Pacific still has a small fetch on either side of New Zealand. Nothing too significant, but good background energy.