4am significant buoy readings
2.8ft @ 13s from 180° (S)
2.4ft @ 13s from 175° (S)
The local buoys are feeling the NW swell more than anything, but SW and SE still show some southerly energy, so there should still be waves on the south shore. Do check the Lahaina webcam before you go, if that's after the sun came out. I'm watching it now at 5.40am, but, despite the fact that there's light outside my house, it's all dark. That either means that the camera has a delay (like the Kanaha one) or that Lahaina gets the light quite a bit after Kuau. Might be a combination of both.
6.5ft @ 11s from 329° (NW)
Below is the collage of the maps of April 25, 26 and 27 that show the evolution of the fetch (the one NW of us).
Wind map at noon.
North Pacific has a remote NW fetch in the Kamchatka corner.
South Pacific has a fetch right over New Zealand (hence partially blocked by it) and a SSE east elongated one.