Saturday, July 20, 2019

Saturday 7 20 19 morning call

Big sale at Hi-Tech today (8am to 7pm), this is team rider Ola Eleogram in a lovely looking tube.

4am significant buoy readings
South shore
1.1ft @ 12s from 185° (S)
0.6ft @ 16s from 207° (SSW)

1.4ft @ 12s from 180° (S)

Southerly energy down to a little more than a foot and 12s, but Barbers feels an even smaller amount of 16s energy. There actually was a little fetch in the Tasman Sea a week ago, as the collage of the maps of July 13 and 14 shows below, but I wouldn't expect that to build much.

The Lahaina cam shows very small extremely clean waves, but check it yourself.

North shore
4.3ft @ 9s from 71° (ENE)

6.7ft @ 9s from 88° (E)

2.4ft of difference between Mokapu and Hilo, Pauwela would probably be somewhere in the middle. That means that Hookipa will have small waves and a little more size can be found on the east facing shores.

Wind map at noon.

North Pacific has the windswell fetch.

South Pacific continue to propose that SSW/SSE combo. We'll take it.

Morning sky.

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