Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Carbon copy

videoAlright windies...everything looks about the same as yesterday...moderate trades in the mid to upper 20's. This looks like the trend for the next week. Morning medium and steady then in the afternoon it pops up to the high 20's. Aloha and good luck

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Great week ahead

videoOk summer is winding down and thw wind has been awesome. We got a nip of a swell but still twin tip conditions. Looks like a great week ahead. Aloha and good luck

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

A little east

videoOk windies, looks pretty fun. It's running in the mid 20s and kinda east. Overall looks great. Aloha and good luck

Monday, August 16, 2010

Maui Mini Movie: String Theory

Just rockin up a new movie... The summer has been long, hot, and windy. It's been flat a long time now. Grinding out lessons has been a double edged sword. Great students, hot weather. Everyday though, there is a a new trick in the back. Big air and big loops are call of the day. Here is my new movie...been grinding a long time now, ready for winter and surf.
Toast and the Pop

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

quick Report


Similar weather will continue through the end of the work week as a healthy trade wind regime persists across the Hawaiian Islands. High pressure to the north will usher in moderate trades along with light windward shower activity, mainly in the morning. A North Pacific storm system will weaken the area of high pressure beginning Friday with lighter trades expected over the weekend. Stronger trades look to then rebuild early next week again..

Monday, August 9, 2010

superunloader

videoOk after a breif haitus i'm back. The winds are coming back as well. Look for a couple of days of big wind then a small drop. Overall I would expect bringing down my small kites. It's getting close to surf season...aloha and good luck

Monday, August 2, 2010

Forecast

Strong surface high to the north of the state to do a little dance over the coming days, wobbling around, changing positions, but never-the-less remaining pretty much the same. Thus, it looks like your basic summer-time trade wind pattern persisting through the upcoming week. Models suggest the trade wind speeds may drop a notch from their current level, although they're still likely to be very healthy. A weak upper trough indicated in the models replacing ridging aloft over the islands tomorrow into Tuesday, suggesting some increasing instability (or at least a deeper trade wind layer), which should result in increased windward and mauka showers...assuming the moisture is available for them. Nothing out of the ordinary though, as far as showers are concerned.