Tuesday 5 28 19 morning call

Oahu’s Derek Hamasaki has been enjoying Maui’s south shore waves. Photo by Chris Pagdilao.

Another really fun day for the windsurfers at Hookipa. This is my pick from Jimmie Hepp’s gallery.

This is Julie Scheyer doing a foiling downwinder with her Duotone wing.
What do you think, we have enough variety in Maui? And I didn’t even post a surfing shot!

4am significant buoy readings
South shore
3ft @ 15s from 188° (S)

3ft @ 15s from 198° (SSW)

Beautiful 3ft 15s reading at both the local buoys, it should be another great day of surfing on the south shore. Below is a head high one at the harbor, check the webcam yourself before going.

North shore
5ft @ 9s from 42° (NE)

4.4ft @ 9s from 4° (N)

4.1ft @ 11s from 323° (NW)

4ft @ 8s from 72° (ENE)

2.4ft @ 11s from 339° (NNW)
2.1ft @ 6s from 83° (E)
2ft @ 12s from 333° (NNW)
Surprising lack of NW energy at the NW buoy. With all the NW fetches we had last week, Surfline has a pretty steady 3ft 10s prediction for all this week. Let’s see if comes back up, but today it looks like it might be a bit of a small day. Webcam looks flat most of the times, but there are sets here and there.

Wind map at noon.

North Pacific still has a NW fetch, but pretty weak today.

Not much either from the South Pacific.

Morning sky.

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