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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, Oct. 19, 1908.
fhe mean temperatures were higher than those of the preceding
week generally thruout the section the excess on Oahu, and MoloKai,
and In the Kona and portions of the Puna districts of Hawaii being
quite marked. . ...
The rainfall was less than the average of ten or more years at all
stations on Maul, and Oahu, In the ona and Walmea districts of
Kauai, and In the Kona and Puna, the southern and central port ons or
the Hllo, and portions of the Kohala and Hamakua districts of Hawaii.
The following are the changes, In Inches, In the several dlstr ets: Ha
waii Kohala -(0.20 to 0.31, Hamakua 0.45 to 10.32, northern Hllo
10.69 to .99, southern and central Hllo, 0.12 to 1.11, Puna 1.22.
Kau 40.03, and Kona 1.54; Maul Hamakualoa 1.10; Oahu 0.23
to 0.55, and Kauai Koolau 1.36, and Walmea and Kona 0.11 to
Heavy rains were quite general In the Hamakua and Hllo districts
of Hawaii on the 14th and 15th,
The greatest amounts of rainfall were reported from the Hllo and
portions of the Puna districts of Hawaii, and the Koolau district of
Kauai. In the several districts the amounts, In Inches, were: Hawaii
Kohala 0.52 to 1.06, Hamakua 0.53 to 1.22, Hllo 1.33 to 3.50, Puna
0.61 to 2.69, Kau 0.39 to 0.78. and Kona 0.00; Maul Koolau 0.47 to 1X39.
Hamakualoa 0.34, Hamakuapoko 0.86, and Lahalna and WallukU 0.00 to
0 01; Oahu Koolaupoko 0 03 to 0 88, Honolulu trace to 0.22, Ewa 0.00
to 0.19, and Walanae 0 00; Kauai Koolau 2.64, Puna 0.42, Kona 1.00,
and Walmea 0.11 to 0.16; and Molokai 000 to 0.09.
The rainfall was less than during the preceding week on Maul and
Oahu, and generally on Hawaii the greatest deficiencies being report
ed from the Hllo district of Hawaii and the Koolau district of Maul.
At Laupahoehoe, Hawaii, nine earthquake shocks were felt during
the forenoon of the 9th. and two on the 13th. At Kealakekua (Wal
lace), and Kohala Mill, Hawaii, a light shock was felt at 5.00 a. m. of
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for tne principal isianos ana lor mc uruup;
Oahl 76 6'
Molokai 76 2"
0 87 Inch.
-- I8LAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (IB) Southeasterly winds ami cloudy weather obtnlned, with
rainfall on five dotes totaling 2fl4 Indus, 1 30 nbovo the average, and
1.S2 more than lout week's.--!. II Horelko
Kealla (10) Tho mean temperature was 78 0" Hiiln fell on two
dates amounting t .42 Inch, 13 more than during the preceding week.
Mnkcc Hugar Co.
Koloa (16) The menu temperature wns 70 0 Showers occurred on
four dates anil amounted to 1.00 Inch, .52 less than last week's, and .10
below the average Tho Koloa Sugar Co
Eleele (10) Dry, warm weather obtained, with n shower on tliu
10th amounting to 11 Inch, .09 less than during the preceding week.
Mcllrjde Sugar Co
Makawell (10) The menu temperntino wns 77.2 Showers occurred
on two dates and amounted to .10 Inch, .11 less than the average nnd
.00 more than List week's Haw. Sugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu (10) Thno was no rainfall, CO Inch less than tho prece
ding week's. Tho mean temperature wns 77.0 C. C Conradt
Molokai Ranch (10) Tho metin temperature1 was 71.9 Ilnln fell on
two dates and amounted to OD Inch, 07 more thnn tho provlom week's
0. P. Cooke.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Entire Croup . 74.5' 0.97 Inch.
At the local office of the U. 8. Weather Bureau In Honolulu the cloud
iness increased and the last three days of the week were cloudy and
muggy. Traces of rain fell on two datec, .28 Inch of rainfall below the
normal, and .02 less than last week's. The maximum temperature was
85", minimum 70", and mean 77.3', 10" above the normal, and 1.3
higher than the preceding week's. The mean relative humidity varied
from 64 to 72 , and the mean for the week was 67 . Northeasterly
winds prevailed on the first two days, followed by easterly; the average
hourly velocity was 9.1 miles. The mean dally barometer ranged from
29.99 to 30.10 Inches, and the mean for the week was 30.05, .08 Inch
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Nolo' The figures following tho name of station Indicate tho date
with which tho week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (15)- Since tho first of tho month there have hecu
llo il,iH with rnlufnll. tuliillng 1.21 Inches. II. P. llccklcy.
Kohala Mill (Iti)-lhc mean temperature was 73.4. Huln fell on
two dales nnd totaled 7.1 Inch, .in below the average, nnd .14 less than
l.isl week's. Tho wuk ended stormy. T. II. Utile.
Kohala Mission (IM Ituln fell on tho Inst two dates and amounted
to 1.00 Inches, .2(1 Inch above tho ucrugc, and .28 inoro thnn during the
pre ceiling wcelt. Dr II I). Uond.
Nlulll (15) The mean tempernturo was 73.8". There were two Hays
with rain, amounting to .52 Inch, 31 below tho average, nnd .32 less
thnn Inst week's. Strong easterly gules prevailed on the last two days.
V. C. Pnctow.
Kukulhaele (IS) The mean tempernturo wns 70 2'. Main fell on
three dates nnd nmoiiiitcd to .53 Inch, .45 hclow tho average, and 1.19
Inches less thnn last week's. Hlgli winds nnd hcay seas obtained tho
latter part of the week. II. T. llnrclay.
Honokaa (1 1) ft.tlu fell on tho first four days and totaled 1.22 Indies,
.32 Inch nbovo tho nerago, and .01 mine than last week's. Tho moan
tempcratiiio wns 73 0". Tho 8th was foggy, and strong "trades" ob
tained on the tnili nnd 14th. P. V. Knudsen.
Paauhau (15) Tho mean temperature wns 71.1". On the 15th thero
wns 1.05 Inches of rain, .15 Inch mora than tho average, nnd .39 less
thnn Inst week's. II. W. rinrker.
Ookala il.-.i Tlin menu temtieratiiro wns 730. Ilnln fell on four
dales hen y mi tho 15th nnd amounted to 2.(1.' Inches. 1.39 less thnn
last week's, mid .09 Inch more thnn tho average W. O. Walker.
Laupahoehoe (15) Tho last two dajs were stormy, with rough seas,
nnd heavy rains nmountlng to 3 50 Inches. .99 Inch moro than tho aver
age, nnd .'I', less thnn lust week's. K. W. llarnnrd.
Papaaloa (15) Ilnln fell on Tour dates excessive, 2.02 Inches, on tho
1 llli and amounted to 3.25 Inches, 1.41 less than tho previous week's.
Honohina (15) Ituln fell on five dales nnd totaled 2.14 Inches, 4 89
less than during tho preceding week, and .12 Inch IHu.v the average.
Hakalau (15) Itnln fell on six dales and totaled 2 01 Inches, 3.76 less
than lust week's, nnd .23 Inch below tho nverngc. J. I-Ynscr.
Pepeekeo (15) Tho mean tempernturo wns 72 8. Showers occurred
dally and amounted to 1.33 Inches, 2.39 less thnn last wcok's, and 1.11
below (ho average. A. Sllva.
Papalkou (15) Showers occurred dally nnd totaled 2.91 Inches, 2.25
less than tho previous week's 1'. M. Anderson.
Hllo (15) Tho mean tempernturo wns 73 8. Showers occurred dally
and totaled 2 51 Inches, .12 Inch below tho nvcrngo and .49 less thun
last week's U. C. Ljman.
Ponahawai (15) Ituln fell on the last six dates, amounting to 2.84
inches, .29 inch moro than during the preceding week. Tho mean tern
perntuie wns 71.0". J. 13, (lumallclsoii.
Kapoho (15) Tho mean tempern'ure was 74 3". Ttaln fell on five
dates nnd amounted to .01 Inch, .11 less than last week's, and 1.22 Inches
below (ho average II. J. I.vman.
Kaueleau (14) Thero wero six days with rain, totaling 2.09 Inches,
1.27 mure thnn during tho preceding week. Tho menu temperature was
71.0". It. (llllcsplo.
Naalehu (11) Oooil rains havn fallen slnco tho last report nnd
totaled .78 Inch, .57 moro than tho previous week's, and .03 ntiovo tho
average. C. 11. While.
Kau (ID Close, sultry weather was followed by windy, with show
ers on live dntos nmountlng to .39 Inch, .28 less than the previous week's.
Tlio mean temperature wns C9.0". W. II. Huvseldcn
Kealekekua (15) Thero wns no rainfall .05 Inch less thun during
the previous week. II. Wallace.
Kealakekua (14) Tho menu tcnipcrnlurn wns 74 8. There wns no
liilnfnll, n deficiency for tho week of 1.51 Inches, anil .00 Inch less thttn
the preceding week's, Jluv. S. II. Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Huelo (IS) Tho mcun temperature wns 710. Showers occurred
on three dates unit amounted to ,47 Inch, 2.05 Inches less thun tho pro
icdlng week's. J. I.. Kerrlcin.
Nahlku (15) Tho moan tempernturo wns 71.2, Shnwors occurred
on dvn ilulcs nnd totaled 1.09 Inches, 2.40 less than tho previous week's.
C. O Jacobs.
Haiku (15) Light to very strong trndo winds prevailed, with abund
ant sunshine, warm days nnd cool nights. Ilulufall occurred on two
dates amounting to .34 Inch, .01 less thnn last week's, nnd 1.10 Inches
below the nvcrngo . Tho mcun temperature wub 74 0". I). I), rjuldwln.
Peahl (15) IJnln full on tlici lust two dates und amounted to ,80 Inch,
.07 less than tho previous weeks. II, Oroves.
Walluku (15) Tho meun temperature wns 70 0", and Iho rainfall .01
hich, 15 less thnn during tho preceding week. tiro. Prank.
Kaanapall (15) Tho menu temperature wns 70 8". Ilnlnless wenlhcr
loullnued, with high N13. to E. winds during tho last four days. W.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Hauula (ID Ovorrust skies obtained, with strong SI3. winds after
(he 13th Tho menu temperature wns 79 2. and the rainfall .39 Inch,
.22 ItsB than tho preceding week's Mrs. 13. W. Iluy.
Maunawlli Ranch (10) Tho mean temperature wus 71.7". Ilnln fell
on four dates and totaled .88 Inch, .38 below tho average, and .20 less
lliau the previous week's. J. Herd.
Walmanalo (10) There was 03 Inch of rainfall on tho 12th, .55 below
the nvorngo, and 27 less than lust wcok's Tho mcun temperature
was 78 S" A. Irvine,
Manoa (10) ShnwciH occuirod on two dates and amounted to .22
Inch, 07 less thnn during tho preceding week. K N Purkcr.
Waiawa (17) Tho moan tomporntiira was 74 0", and tho rainfall ,05
Inch, 2" less thnn during tho preceding week At tho ditch there wns
19 Inch of rainfall, .71 lebs thun last week's A. Uster.
Ewa (17) Ocneially cloudy, rainless weather obtained, a deficiency
In rainfall or 31 Inch, nnd .09 less than Inst week's. Tho menu torn
pei.ituie wns 70 1" II. Midler
Walanae (Iti) Tho menu teuipeiatuip wns 75 5 Theio was nn
rainfall u detlcluuc) of 2.1 Inch us cnmpniod with the average, nnd ,02
less than last week's. I'. Mcjet.
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