Tuesday, July 02, 2019

Tuesday 7 2 19 morning call

Another phenomenal day of surfing on all facing shores yesterday. Levi Siver announced that he's not going to forget July 1st any time soon.

These photos by Erik Aeder show why.

Maalaea had waves too, not sure if this is yesterday, but it's pretty anyway. Photo by OneMoreFoto.

I took some shots too, here's a sistah in a mean backside turn.

2am significant uoy readings
South shore
3.3ft @ 15s from 202° (SSW)

3.2ft @ 15s from 193° (SSW)

Still solid numbers at the buoys. Swell starting to go down, but still plenty size also today. Check the Lahaina webcam before going.

North shore
3.3ft @ 7s from 84° (E)

4.5ft @ 8s from 99° (E)

Windswell higher at Hilo than Mokapu, but it's pretty easterly, so Hookipa will be flat to tiny. More size on easterly exposures.

Wind map at noon.

North Pacific has no fetches but you can see the first hurricane of the season approaching. Should send an east swell for sure, and than it depends where it goes... south of us, north of us, on top of us., we'll see.

South Pacific has a couple of small fetches.

Morning sky.

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