4am significant buoy readings and discussion
2.2ft @ 13s from 210° (SSW)
2.3ft @ 13s from 218° (SW)
With the NW swell declining, now the buoys can register the energy from the south again. Those are decent numbers and there were some waist high sets on the webcam yesterday at sunset. That should be no surprise for the readers who keep track of the fetches happened last week. I posted this collage of the maps of Oct 20 through 25 already on the 27, but here it is again.
Morning high tide is not helping, but here's a over knee high one. Check the webcam yourself before going.
5.3ft @ 10s from 353° (N)
4ft @ 11s from 356° (N)
6.7ft @ 13s from 333° (NNW)
Wind map at noon. No chances for the last day of the Aloha Classic.
North Pacific has two NW fetches.
South Pacific has a couple of fetches too.