Thursday, June 27, 2019

Thursday 6 27 19 morning call

This is Cody Young in a photo posted on the Hi-Tech page (photo by 1more808).

5am significant buoy readings
South shore
1.5ft @ 11s from 177° (S)

1ft @ 15s from 194° (SSW)
1ft @ 12s from 175° (S)

Lanai stubbornly shows 1ft 15s on top of that shorter period energy that's hitting Barbers too. How big is going to be on the Lahaina side? Probably pretty small, but now we can all abandon the guess work and check the webcam to see if it's worth it. The wave in this image looks at least waist high to me and the two surfers in the lineup missed it because they're sitting more outside. Which might be a sign that there's bigger ones. I didn't look long at all and, being still injured, I'm not interested in doing so. You guys make your call. Bigger surf arriving Saturday.

North shore
3ft @ 7s from 88° (E)

Nothing of relevance in the water, the north shore will be flat.

Wind map at noon.

Nothing of relevance in the North Pacific.

South Pacific has a moderate fetch out of which we should get some angular spreading. The strong winds are still aimed at the Americas.

Morning sky.

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