As usual Jimmie Hepp shot the windsurfers at Hookipa, this is a well above average wave. Most other ones in this gallery are half the size.
4am significant buoy readings
2.5ft @ 13s from 205° (SSW)
2.1ft @ 13s from 188° (S)
Couple of feet 13s is what is left of the last S swell, a lot smaller than it's been, but still fun. This is a double overhead set at Ala Moana that caught everybody by surprise yesterday afternoon, but today the size should be more like waist to head high. Check the Lahaina webcam before going.
Notice also the 1ft 18s reading at both buoys though. That is a brand new long period swell that was not in anyone's forecast. I doubt it will get any big, but it's a nice surprise.
4.9ft @ 9s from 40° (NE)
3.6ft @ 9s from 343° (NNW)
2.8ft @ 9s from 358° (N)
NW energy down in period, but still lingering, while 9s NE energy from the fetche we've been observing in the last few days adds on top. This mix should keep some waves rolling at Hookipa and the east facing shores, while a longer period small NW bump is expected tomorrow.
North Pacific has a N and a ENE weak fetches.
Tasman Sea keeps pumping swells in this remarkable season.