The 2018 Aloha Classic waiting period (they can use 11 days of competition until November 10) starts today. There will be the opening at the beach at 9am and competition is pretty much guaranteed to start at 11am. My guess is that the conditions will be good for the pro's, so there might be a start with a bang. Updates (including when the streaming is up) are supposedly being posted on this instagram page (I hope I got it right). Meanwhile, this is the schedule of the social events.
3am significant buoy readings
4.1ft @ 13s from 110° (ESE)
3.6ft @ 13s from 155° (SSE)
3.3ft @ 13s from 170° (S)
3.6ft @ 14s from 207° (SSW)
Today's swell is from around 346 instead, which will be great for the rights at Hookipa and also for Honolua.
Wind model page not working today, here's the 10 days outlook from Windguru. Possible windsurfing action at the contest today and tomorrow, then it gets ugly and wet with the arrival of a front (heavy rain Tuesday night) and then they'll have to wait until Saturday to have good wind again. That is unless something changes in the meantime.
North Pacific has a NW swell (Wednesday's swell) and a remnant small N one.
South Pacific has a couple of fetches in the Tasman Sea. The Kalama Kamp will have big waves once again.
Morning sky. Clouds moving in from the south.