She got the frontside bottom turn down. You're looking at that 1f 10s from the south at a spot that amplifies the size a lot.
5am significant buoy readings
No indication of southerly energy at the buoys, but the Surfline forecast calls for 1f 16s and that could be fun if it's really there. It's the start of an angular spreading swell, so expect particularly low consistency.
8.9ft @ 9s from 95° (E)
As far as Maui's north shore goes, today will be dominated by the 10f 9s from north easterly windswell that will cause (together with the trades) stormy conditions. I'll check Hookipa around 7.30am, stay tuned for a beach report.
North Pacific shows a strong NW fetch.
South Pacific shows a couple of small/weak fetches.
Morning sky shows we're not under those clouds anymore, today it should be less rainy than yesterday. It doesn't take much, I know.