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IN AIL SECTIONS
ABNORMALLY COLD LOW NIGHT
GENERAL SNOW ON
For the Week Ending March 21. 1906.
Ical omce. V S. Weather Bureau
Honolulu, T. II., March 26, 1906.
Partly cloudy nnd rather unsettled
weather conditions bate prevailed In
all sections ot the group during the
j'Utt week. Showers were of quite gen
eral occurrence during the latter por
tion of the week, but the rainfall of Im
portance was confined chiefly to tho
Island of Maul, the Kohala district of
Hawaii and the northern districts of
ibiv iiiuuuiiBiviiii Mn.um-
panlcd the rain at Nlulll, Hawaii, on.
The weather was abnormally cold In'
all sections, more especially In tho
Hfrnnff ar.llthnrlv In UAttnrlv ntlil
northwesterly winds occurred In many
uuiiuncBicu wiuua utturrt'u Hi limn
lojalltles. and caused some damage In
..i .t. .1. ir.k.i. .i !.-..
districts of Hawaii. Snow fell on the
summit of Mauna Kca mountains, In
Hawaii, on tho 17th.
HEMAHK8 IJY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note. The figures following the
name of a station Indicate the day of
tho mouth with which the week's re-!
nnri r1np 1
lHi.AVn np Hawaii
Kaumana (22) The we.ither has1
continued partly cloudy nnd dry. with
variable winds; the weekly mean tern-
norm 11 r nn r.n .!- ih.rn wn nn
rainfall. J. E. Gamailelson. I
1'onaiiawal (22) Tho weather nas
bcon partly cloudy and absolutely dry
during the cnllro week, with arlablo
winds and changeable tenipeiatures.
J. E. Gamailelson.
Hllo (22) Dry weather continued
until the ovenlng of the 22nd, when re- mean temperaturo was 66 dcg., nnd tha
fucshlng showers fell; the weekly mean jota rainfall .31 Inch. John Herd.
Umperatuio was 70 deg.; streams uroi wnlmanalo (23) Tho nights during
nil very low. L. C. Lyman. llne .,. wcck have been cry cool;
Papalkou (22) Very dry nnd hot
weather has prevailed all week, with
only ,o; Inch of ralu; Indications for,
rain arc favorable now. J. T. Moir. itCen partly cloudy and cool, night tem
Pcpeekeo (22) The weather has been pcrBtllres especially being low; the
cloudy, with cold nights; a shower.' WOT.kly mean ttmpernlure was 67 dcg..
amounting to .26 Inch, fell during the nnd tbe tolai rainfall .08 Inch. Local
plght of tho 21st; the weekly mean omcCi y. s. Weather Uureau.
temperature was CO deg. Jas. Webster. I:a (24) Tho weather has been
Honomu (23) Very dry weather pre-.' ult0 cool n wcek, with variable
allcd until the afternoon of the 22nd,, Wntll. 01 lncn ot ran fen 0n tho 23d;
when a gentle rain began and con- ,no weckly menn temperature wag 66
tinned during the night, amounting to ,CB w, Lohrcngcl
.01 Inch. Wm. Pullar. . . I Walanao (23) Tho weather during
Hakalau (22) High winds during lho ,. WCck has been unsettled, with
the entire week were followed by nice
showers on the 23rd; the total rain-
fall was .45 Inch. J. M. Iloss.
iiupanoenoe tzij unseuieu wrain-
cr has continued, with northerly.
squaiis anu very com nigms; uie sea
S.' i0Tan.Crna.nfaUrwagsm.ncf,nC rT
the total ralnfall was .9- Inch.-L. .
Ookala (22)-I.lght shower fell dur.
tng the ath and 21st; the night. i have
ocen ion nn wie winu.mo.iiy .uuui-
westerly: the weekly mean tempera
ture was C8 deg., nnd the total rain
(oil .30 Inch. W. G. Walker.
Paauno u-') Heavy inins have fill-
len above ; the 4000 L level and lighter
,r"'"" ,r" '";.';. S." ft V
ly winds, which were high on tho 22nd
prcialled nil week; me weekly mean
tempernture wns Ct dog., and the total
talnfall .3S Inch C. It. lllaiow.
Paauhau 122) Tho weather has been
very dry, with iiltcrniito da of high
wind nnd calm, sultry weather; tho
tout ralntnll wus .23 Inch 11. Glass,
tui rainini wu .m '"-.. u aw.
fell during the lnth. but otherwise the
week was dry; tho weekly mean tem
perature was C9 deg. O Gundcinngcr.
Nlulll (22) A southwesterly gale on
the lMh nnd lTth was attended b
heavy rain uud n light thunderstorm on
the former dato; the weekly mean tem
peraturo was 70 deg.. and the total
rainfall 1.25 Inches. F. C. Pactow.
.- . . ...... ...
rool nights hac prevailed nil week;
tho weekly mean temperature was 70
dag nnd the total ralnfall 1.07 inches.
-W O. Taylor.
Kohala .MUslon (23) The dnys havo
been warm and fairly sunny and tha
nights moderately cool; tho weckly
mean temperature was 71 deg., and tho
total ralnfall 1.29 Inches. Dr. II. D.
! - Rnch (22)-8outherly winds
'prevailed all wtek, with a light abutter
. . . d . ., ,.gl
Xq otnl rainfall was 1.04 Inches. A.
utihiin f?5l Rlrnnc fioutherlv nnd
KOUthwtstcrly winds hac prevailed all
week, doing considerable uamage 13
forest trees; tho total rainfall was 2.87
Inches. S, V. Woods.
jvamueia liaj anow on jiimihu iv
nnd a heavy rain here on tho 17th weio
followed by cold northwesterly winds,
lain began on the evening of the 21st
nnd continued all day of the 22m.; tho
total rainfall was 3.2S Inches.T-Mrs. H.
W. Hay '
Puuwanwaa (22) The weather dur
ing the past week has been cloudy and
very cold, with light shower amount
ing In all to 21 Inch. Hobt. Hind
Kealakekua (21) ine uays nave
been wnrm and sunny and tho nights
cool; the total rainfall was ,30 Inch,
-llov. H, ll. Davis.
Kealakekua (22) Light showers on
the 17th and 22nd amounted to .!2 Inch.
Naalehu (21) Warm, dry weather
lias continued, with frequent southerly
gales; the total rainfall was .23 Inch;
water Is scarce. O. O. Kinney,
l'almla (21) Light showers on the
10th and tilth amounted to ,82 inch; on
the 16th wo had a destructive southerly
gale. It. D. Harrison.
Kapoho (22) Dry weather has con
tinned, with southeasterly winds and
colder nights; tho weekly mean torn-
peraturo was 70 dcg., and the total
ralnfall .16 Inch. II. J. layman.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
liana (20) No rain has fallen since
last report, and water Is scarce; the
nights have been very cool. N. Om
etod. Nahlku (22) Tho weather has been
partly cloudy, with n light shower on
tho 17th and a good rain on the 22d
amounting In all to 1.37 Inches. C O.
Huclo (22) The weather has been
showery, with southerly winds nnd cool
nights; the total ralnfall was 1.48
Inches.' W. F. Poguc.
Tcaht (22) Warm weather and light
showers during the fore pqrt of the
week were followed by lower tempera
turcs and heavy rain, southerly winds
have prevailed. Geo. Groves.
tli.tln 441 T l(llt n.llin.l.f .. (..
during roost of the week have been al-l
tended by rather low temperatures and 1
n medium degree of sunshlno, on tho;
16th and tho 21st the wind shifted to
the south for a short time and brought
some rain which has checked the
drought, the weekly mean temperature
was 0, d.g- nnd ,he loltt, ralnfall ,,33
inches --D D Baldwin
,,a,a- ,22)Llght rain fell on the
16ln ntui a ncavcr ran on the 21st.,
pmountlng In all to 1.01 Inches.-J. J.
I'u (-" " have been
" .num.m" .. .v. ,,... .....v...
vnrlablo winds, mostly southerly, have
. ., . . : , -. u-...- ,i,
b,ccn attended by good howers 1 on ho
IlaL but very little rain at tho ditch
heads; the otal rainfall was .46 Inch.-
J. N. S. Williams.
Wnlluku (22) The weather nas heen
el "l cloudy, with southerly winds.
showers on tho 16th nnd 21st amounted
to .66 jnch. Ilro. Frank,
Klhcl (20) Temperatures have been
lower nnd somew hat more uniform this
'week thnn last: southerly and south-l
westerly winds havo continued, but
tiavo Drought 111110 rain; no wcenij
mean temperature Was bS deb., una tne
total rainfall .48 Inch. James Scott.
Kaanapall (23) Light showers
"u""k "' ",l;". ""'.':u " "
the 21st and 22rt; the weekly mean
tcmperntiirc was 60 dcg. m. Itobb.
ISLAND OF OAIIU.
Maunawlll 124) The weather has
i,. .hntiorv nnd rool; the weekly
f,ower8 occurred on the 20th and 21st.,
nmni.nilrir m 2S Inch A. Irvine.
Honolulu (21) The past week has
.nrn,c winds and coot nights; tho
wcc)(y mean temperature was 68 deg.,
nml tho total rainfall .20 Inch. F
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Mi1,tt(i o3 inrtlv cloudy wcath.
rr ta-'prn. led uirinKT.tT.rk.
. . ',. wnd from (,le north nnJ
"' .".?' . " .. .""."Z.S?
..a.a llMi.a . l.fxfefeiAvA n A h4lnr fi 17
'22dUd th fore'non of'th'e 2d7
,h eM menl lcmcrature was 68
dec Hawaiian Sugar Co,
I Klccle (23) Tho weather here han
r weckLuBrm daia hut nights and
,;rn,S wiaVrtew wwCnh..
fa...LMc..ryde Sugar Co, . .
heen a repetition oi mat oi mo preccu-
Koloa (231 Tho weather has been
dry and eool. with inodernto winds and
cold nights, tho weekly mean tempcr
uturo was C3 deg., nnd tho total ralnfall
00 Inch. P. .McLano.
Llhue (23) The weather of last
week was dry. with cry told nights;
, fc temperature was Ct
Kealla (23) The week has been very
cold, with strong uorthwestcrly winds
und exceptionally cold night; light
showers, amounting to .21 Inch, fell
during the latter part of the week: the
weckly mean temperature was U6 deg.
Kllauca (23) Tho w father through
out the week was cold ana generally
cloudy, with stiong westerly winds;
good showers fell on Wednesday nnu
Friday, amounting to
amounting to ,vi men, uiu
weekly mean temperature was tiG deg
-I.. II. Ilorelko.
Hanalel (23) Tho weather was cold
nil wcok. with northwesterly winds,
lho total rainfall was l.uG Inches, H.
G. K. Ueerlll.
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