A shortboard and a SUP foiling session for me yesterday. Here's an image from the first one: beautiful waves at Hookipa in the early morning.
Here's another one taken by my friend Matias.
Here's a couple from the beach.
4am significant buoy readings
No indication of southerly energy at the buoys, the Surfline forecast calls for .7f 14s.
6.1ft @ 11s
7.5ft @ 13s from 309° (WNW)
3.8ft @ 13s from 325° (NW)
- Pauwela's graph
- Surfline forecast as of March 30th
- Surfline forecast as of today.
As you can see, the swell peaked a bit earlier than predicted (I think the best waves were right at sunrise), and today it should be slowly tapering down all day. Stay tuned for an early Hookipa report.
Wind map at noon. Early morning should be very clean.
North Pacific doesn't have any fetches. Mid week the north shore will be pretty small, possibly flat.
Neither does South Pacific, and April could have not started worse.