Paige Alms. I saw her in top physical shape.
4am significant buoy readings and discussion
1.5ft @ 15s from 199° (SSW)
0.8ft @ 15s from 203° (SSW)
About a foot 15s at the buoys. Below is the graph of Samoa on the 4th indicating 6.7ft 12s at 5am. IF that's what we have at the buoys, you can see how this swell lost about 6ft in height and gained 3s in period. Sounds a bit extreme to me, but that's how it looks like.
Below is the collage of the maps of Nov 1 through 6. You can follow the evolution of the fetch, which was strongest on the 4th. Consequently, the swell should be strongest on Monday.
The Lahaina webcam only shows small waves (this was an isolated much bigger than average one), but check it out yourself if interested.
5.3ft @ 10s from 345° (NNW)
2.8ft @ 9s from 333° (NNW)
Wind map at noon. Should be calm or light offshore till 10-11am.
North Pacific has a nice NW fetch.
South Pacific has a fetch with a section oriented towards us and another towards Central America (we should get some angular spreading).