Thursday, February 26, 2015

2 26 morning call

Windsurfing photo from yesterday from Jimmie Hepp still shows some head high waves.

Surfing photo from yesterday shows some waves in Kihei too. I'm gonna guess head high too.

No graphs today, everything is going down, you can check yourself with link n.11
5am main swell buoy readings:
4.9ft @ 10s from 287° (WNW)
3.8ft @ 12s from 286° (WNW)
1.9ft @ 5s from 67° (ENE)

4ft @ 13s from 292° (WNW)           
2.1ft @ 8s from 25° (NNE)
2.7ft @ 10s from 327° (NW)

Pauwela (indicative of what's in the water on Maui's north shore)
8.2ft @ 9s from 70° (ENE)
4.2ft @ 13s from 323° (NW)

West lanai Maui north shore (indicative of what's in the water on Maui's south shore)
3.1ft @ 13s from 253° (WSW)           
1.2ft @ 9s from 222° (SW)
1.1ft @ 6s from 171° (S)

At Hookipa is going to be mostly about the windswell. The good news is that at 6.30am there's not much wind yet.

According to the NAM model there shouldn't be much also for the rest of the day, but look how different the HRW model is. We'll see which one is right.

The wind direction will be a little more east than yesterday and the two fetches we have today are both weak.

The weather is about to get pretty bad, so have fun in the sun everyone now that there's still some!

PS. All the sources for this post are permanently linked in the links section on the right of this blog.

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