This is a photo from 2006, that's the very first digital gopro camera that was launched and that's the first nose of the board mount I came up with (no sticky plates yet). It worked, but the board was super slow because the strap was catching water on the bottom. I learned something there.
Buoys are showing a bit of energy from the NW, but I would not be too excited about 1.4ft @ 14s from 332° (NNW). Minimal energy at the Lanai buoy too and that's what the Lahaina webcam shows too. Report from Hookipa coming up soon.
5.8ft @ 8s from 95° (E)
4ft @ 6s from 39° (NE)
4ft @ 7s from 78° (ENE)
1.5ft @ 7s from 167° (SSE)
That is confirmed also by the large scale wind map, that also shows a minimal fetch up north shooting mostly towards central America.
North shore is gonna be pretty small until next week Thursday/Friday. Hopefully already Wednesday.
The storm doesn't look as impressive as it did a couple of days ago, but we should get a swell still much better than what we have now.
And a couple of small fetches down south too, just to keep the background level surf up.