The southwesterly swell should linger with chest-high sets, but periods weaker, more in the 14-second range. Northwesterly wind swell should increase to chest-high around west-facing breaks.
The French Poly southwesterly should back off to waist- to chest-high. Northwesterly wind swell should bring chest-high waves to west-facing breaks.
The southwesterly swell should drop to waist-high max. Northwesterly wind swell is expected to increase to chest+ around west-facing breaks.
We should see at least chest-high sets from the Pitcairn swell mentioned before, with head-high sets not out of the question. Wind swell will likely still be chest+ at west-facing breaks.
— from swellwatch.wetsand.com