Hookipa looked good for foiling instead and Michelle inspired me to go out with my SUP foil board. Pretty average rides compared to the "proper" foiling spots, but better than nothing when the waves are so small.
Btw, in this great article, I agree with everything Albee Layer says about the result and the judging criteria of the Peahi contest.
4am significant buoy readings
6.3ft @ 12s from 315° (NW)
0.8ft @ 13s from 197° (SSW)
If it wasn't for the super sensitive (and protected) Lanai buoy, I would call flat every day. Instead I call it flat to knee high.
The wind conditions will be favorable until mid morning when an onshore flow will start bringing plenty chop in the north shore lineups. Below is the map at noon, showing even stronger onshores approaching after the passage of the front associated with the local low.
North Pacific has a WNW, a NW and a N fetch. In the next few days, the first one will generate the large swell predicted by Surfline to peak at 12f 16s on Wednesday night. Just as a reference, the recent one reached 20f 19s at the NW buoys. Swells like that happen once every decade or so.
South Pacific has a small fetch in the Tasman Sea.