Friday, June 07, 2019

Friday 6 7 19 morning call

Recently my brother shared this amazing short film by free diver Guillame Nery. I liked is so much that I looked him up and found this also interesting TED talk.

4am significant buoy readings
South shore
1.1ft @ 15s from 206° (SSW)                        
0.8ft @ 13s from 201° (SSW)

1.3ft @ 11s from 176° (S)
0.9ft @ 16s from 200° (SSW)

The numbers are still small at the buoys, looks like a knee to occasionally waist high day on the webcam, but please check it yourself.

The size should increase a bit for tomorrow's kids contest at Launiupoko. All categories are already full, but we're taking alternates, as someone always doesn't show up.

North shore
3.3ft @ 7s from 70° (ENE)

Pure and relatively small windswell at the buoy, Hookipa is going to be close to flat, better size could be found on the east facing shores.

Wind map at noon.

The NW fetch is already dissipating in the North Pacific.

South Pacific has an intricate array of lows and fetches. The red ones are the ones aimed directly at us, but the biggest strongest one is the blue one which is aimed to central America, and we might get some angular spreading out of it.

Morning sky.

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