Total rest for me yesterday, I went to Hookipa around 5 and saw the end of a likely excellent windsurf session. This was one of the last sailors coming in, logo high and peeling.
4am significant buoy readings and discussion
1.4ft @ 12s from 200° (SSW)
Meanwhile, the angular spreading NE swell that graced us yesterday is today down to 3.3ft 12s, so expect smaller sizes than the opening picture at Hookipa (should still be at least head high). With the addition of the shorter period E energy, eastern exposures might have bigger sizes.
Wind map at noon today is not available.
North Pacific has a tiny NW fetch.
South Pacific has the well positioned S fetch we've observed in the last couple of days and a new Tasman Sea one that is greatly blocked by New Zealand instead.
Keep an eye on the radar (link n.8), looks like 2 days ago when the rain was SW of us and then in the afternoon we got very wet.