5am significant buoy readings
2.8ft @ 17s from 277° (W)
In Maui it should peak around noon and around 4ft 15s. That will make Hookipa surfable by common mortals like me, but there will still be plenty energy mixed up from the NE and some (hopefully light) wind. I will probably report from there before 7.30am.
Wind map at noon.
North Pacific has the usual WNW large fetch, the local windswell now more from a ENE direction and a brand new narrow NNE fetch we might want to keep an eye on in the next few days.
The fetch I spotted on Windy.com today is extremely remote. So remote that it doesn't even fit in the great circles map on the right, so I'm not really sure it is actually aimed at Hawaii (that sit where the red H is). It is also kinda narrow, but pretty strong. It'll be interesting to see if we get some really long period low energy in 8-10 days.