He made the whole coming section in the barrel and came out.
There were some diamonds in the rough, but they weren't many. This kid was ripping, but I didn't identify him.
This instead is Logan Bediamol.
And this instead is Honolua in a photo taken by a friend.
5am significant buoy readings
2.1ft @ 13s from 228° (SW)
That reading on Lanai might keep the south facing shores from going completely flat, but I wouldn't put too much money on that. As a matter of fact, Ala Moana looks pretty flat on the webcam. At least 10 minutes of nothing before a little set like this arrived.
21.2ft @ 12s from 52° (ENE)
11.2ft @ 11s from 48° (NE)
9.9ft @ 11s from 45° (NE)
Finally the wind is letting down a bit, but unfortunately it won't be offshore as the models predicted a couple of days ago. It might in fact still be onshore, but much lighter than the 20 knots we had for the last three days or so. Seen the size, and the stormy character of the swell due to the vicinity of the source, Hookipa will still be very challenging for the most, so we still need to seek for a sheltered spot.
Wind model didn't update, so this noon map is more than 48 hours old.
North Pacific has a small NW fetch and a small but nearby ENE one.
South Pacific has a small/weak SSW fetch.