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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, DEC. 1, 1908.
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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, Nov. 30, 1906.
The mean temperatures were higher than those of the preceding
week at all stations on Kauai, Maul, and Molokal, at all on Hawaii,
excepting Paauhau, and at those In the Koolauloa, Koolaupoko and
Walanae districts of Oahu. The excesses were- marked on Maul, and.
Kauai, In the Walanae district of Oahu, and the Kau district of Hawaii,
and ranged from 2.0" to 3.1. The deficiencies were largest In the
Honolulu and southern part of the Ewa district of Oahu, and at Paau.
hau, Hawaii, and ranged from 1.0 to 1.6.
The amount of rainfall was greater than that of the preceding week
at practically every station In the section, yet at all stations having a
reccrd of ten or more years the total amount for the week was below
The greatest amounts of rainfall, In Inches, occurred In portions of
the Hllo district of Hawaii and the Koolau district of Maul, and at the
upper altitudes of the Ewa and Honolulu district, of Oahu. The
amount., In Inches, In the several district, were: Hawaii Kohala
0.S1 to 1.02, Hamakua 0.42 to 0.93, Hllo 0.96 to 2.02, Kau 0.15 and two
stations O.OO, and Kona 0.38 to 1.21 and one station 0.00; Maul Koolau
0.96 to 2.12, Hamakualoa and Hamakuapoko 0.84 to 1.11; Hana 0.39,
Kula trace, Walluku 0.18 to 0.78, and Lahalna 0.10; Oahu Koolauloa
0.13, Koolaupoko 0.47 to 0.85, Honolulu 0.54 to 2.67, Ewa 0.07 to 2.10,
and Walanae 0.00; Kauai Puna 0.10 to 0.25, and Walmea 0.00 and 0.01;
and Molokal .82 to 1.10.
The deficiencies, In Inches, as compared with tte average of ten or
mora year, were: Hawaii Kohala 0.16 to 0.S8, Hamakua 0.48, Hllo
1.26 to 3.00, Kau 1.37 to 1.51, and Kona 0.70; Maul Hamakualoa 0.78,
and Lahalna 0.40; Oahu Koolauloa and Koolaupoko 0.86 to 0.98, and
Honolulu, Ewa and Walanae 0 60 to 0.70; and Kauai Walm.a'0.64.
The exce.ses over the preceding week were greatest In the southern
portion of the Hllo district of Hawaii, and at the higher altitudes of the
Ewa and Honolulu districts of Oahu, and ranged from 1.15 to 1.61
Inches. Where deficiencies occurred the amounts were small and
ranged from 0.06 to 0.51 Inch.
Drought conditions were broken In portions of the leeward side of
Oahu toward the end of the week, yet they .till obtain In part, of all
of the Islands In the section.
A slight earthquake shock was felt at 5:30 a. m. of the 27th, at
The following table shows the weekly average, of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for th. Oroup:
Hawaii 71.8'' 0.88 Inch.
Maul 72.4 0.67 Inch.
Oahu 74.2 0.80 Inch.
Kauai 73.8 0.09 Inch.
Molokal 74.0 0.9S Inch.
Entire Group 724 0.75 Inch.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu generally
partly cloudy weather obtained, with measurable rainfall on the last
two date, amounting to .54 Inch, that amount more than during the
'preceding week, and .60 less than the weekly normal. The maximum
temperature was 81. minimum 67, and m.an 733", Oil higher than
the normal, and 1.0 lower than last week's. Northeasterly winds pre
vailed on each day, with an average hourly velocity of 8.0 miles. The
mean dally relative humidity varied from 65 to 74, and the average
for the week waa 69. The mean dally barometer ranged from 30.06
to 29.98 Inches, and the mean for the week, 30.01, was 0.05 Inch above
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Koto: Tho figures following the namo of station Indicate tho data '
with which tho week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (20) Very dry weather and high winds prevailed,
with rain on two dnys amounting to .St Inch, .13 moro than during tho
1 receding week. II. P. Ileckloy.
Kohala Mill (2C) Tho mean temperature was 72.2. Showers occur
red on four dates nnd ninonuted to .68 Inch, .5G less than the uveragc,
nnd .47 more than last week's T. II. Utile.
Kohala Mission (27) Rain fell on the last three dates and (otnled
1.02 Inches, .49 Inch more than the previous week's, nnd .16 less than
the average. The mean tempernturo was 71.2. Dr. B. D. Bond.
Nlulll (20) Tho mean temperature was 72.5. Showers occurred
on the last three dates and amounted to .CO Inch, .58 less than thu
nerage, nnd .32, more than last week's. 1'. C. Pnetow.
Kukulhaele (26) Warm weather prevailed, with shower, on the last
three dates amounting to .42 Inch, .25 more than thu preceding week's.
Tho mean temiierature wns 74.0. II. T. Barclay.
Paauhau (20) The mean tempernturo was 08 8, and thero wero
three dates with ruins amounting to ,93 Inch, .48 less than tho Average,
and .CI more than last week's. It. W. Barker.
Ookala (2C) Rain fell on two dates heavy on tho 2Cth nnd totaled .
1.40 Inches, 1.2C lesB than tho average, and .03 Inch more than tho pro
ceding week's. The menn tenieraturo wns 72.4. W. 0. Walker.
Laupahoehoe (2C) Heavy seas, cool nights, nnd showery weather
prevailed with 1.47 Inches of rainfall, l.GS less than tho average, and
,C9 Inch moro than during the previous week. E. W. Barnard.
Honohlna (20) Showers occurred on tho last flvo dates and totnled
.96 Inch, .48 more than during the preceding week, and 3.00 Inches
Icbs than the nvcrago. W. Elliot. .
Pepeekeo (2C) The mean temperature was 74.0. Showers occurred
on six dates and amounted to 1,49 Inches, 1.41 less than tho average,
nnd LIB more than Inst week's. A. Sllva.
Papalkou (20) Showers occurred dally and totaled 1.80 Inches, 1.25
more than during the preceding week. J. T. Molr.
Hllo (20) Tho mean tempcraturo wns 73.0. Showers occurred on
six dates and thtaled 1,47 Inches, 1,70 less than tho average, and 1.17
moro than last week's. L. C. Lyman.
Ponahawal (20) IlnlnB occurred on four dates, amounting to 2.02
Inches. 1.01 morn than during tho preceding week. The mean temper
nturo was 71.1. J. E. Gamallolson.
Pahata (25) The mean temiierature was 71.9, and thero was no
rainfall, .51 Inch less than last week's, and LSI Inches below the nvcr
ago for the week. Haw. Agrlc. Co.
Naatehu (25) Excessively warm and dry weather obtained, with no
rainfall. C. II. White.
Kau (25) Moderate NE. winds, and warm days obtained, with light
night showers amounting to .15 Inch, .11 less than last week's. Tho
mean tempernturo was 00.8. W. H. Hay.olden.
Kealakekua (20) Showers fell on two dates, on the latter was
local nnd .heavy and amounted to 1.21 Inches, that amount moro thun
the previous week's. It. Wallace.
Kealakekua (25) Tho mean tempcraturo was 73.5. Showers occur
red on two dates and amounted to .38 Inch, that amount inoro than
last week's, and .70 less than tho average. Hev. S. II. Dals.
Puuwaawaa (26) Dry winds nnd very warm, rainless days pre
vailed. R. Hind.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Huelo (20) Tho mean temperature wbb 70.3. Rnln fell dally and
totaled .90 Inch, .11 less than during thu preceding week. W. F, Pogue.
Nahlku (20) Ualn fell on tho Inst four dates and totaled 2.12 Inches,
.45 Inch more than the previous week's. The menn temperature was
G7.9'. C. O, Jacobs. i
Haiku (2) Very light "trades" prevailed, attended with much
cloudy weather, nnd rainfall on flvo date, amounting to .84 Inch, .78
less than tho average, and .2G moro than laut week's. The mean, tem
perature wns 72.8. D. D. Baldwin.
Peahl (20) Showers occurred on flvo dates nnd totaled l.U Inches,
.03 inch moro than during tho preceding weok. B. droves,
Hana (24) Tho mean temperature was 73.2. Rain fell on four
dates and amounted to .39 Inch, .25 moro than the previous week's.
Klhel (2C) Thero was but a traca of rainfall, that amount moro
than last week's. Tho mean temporaturu wan 75.5. Moderate NE.
winds prevailed. F. II. Huysolden.
Puunene (20) The meau tempernturo was 73.9". There was .18
Inch of rainfall on thu 2Ctli, .11 moro than the previous week's. Sv.
Kahulul (27) Cloudy weather, short showers, and cool nights pre
vailed. It rained during the night of 2Cth and greater part or duy 27th,
and totaled .78 Inch. The mean temperaturo was 09 0', J A. Hattle.
Walluku (20) Tho mean tempernturu was 74.8. Thero was .18
Inch of ruiufull on tho 25th, .00 moru than last neck's.-i-llro. Frank.
Kaanapali (2G) Moderate to fresh NE. winds prevailed, with partly
cloudy weather the last four dates, nnd light ralu on tho last two dates
amounting to ,10 Inch, that amount moio than last week's, and .40
less than tho average. Tho mean tempernturu was 74,1. W. Robh.
ISLAND OF OAHU,
Kahuku (27) The mean temperature wfts 74,1. Showers occurred
on three dates totaling ,13 inch, tho samo as last week's, and .89 less
than the average. W. I. Vorfcld.
Hauula (27) Cold northerly winds obtained tho last threo days. Tho
mean tempernturu was 77.7. Rain fell on six dates nnd amounted to
.47 Inch, .27 moru than the previous woek's Mrs. E. W. Hay
Maunawlli Ranch (27) Tho mean tempcraturo was 73.2. Rain fell
dally and totaled .85 Inch, .98 less thun the average, and .17 moru than
last week's. J. Herd.
Walmanalo (27) -Showors occurred on tho lant flvo dates nnd
amounted to .CO Inch, .50 moro thun tho previous week's, and .80 less
thun tho average The mean tompuruturo wns 7C.2'. A. Irvine,
Manoa (27) Tho rainfall amounted to 2.07 Inches, 2.33 more than
during the picccdlng week, F. N. Parker,
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Walawa (28) Tho mean tempcraturo was 70,8, nnd the rainfall
,C2 Inch, .5G mom than during the preceding week. At tho ditch thu
rainfall was 2.10 Inches, 1,45 moiu thnn last week's. A. Lister.
Ewa (28) Clear to partly cloudy weather obtained, with .07 Inch of
rainfall 011 thu 27th, that amount moro than last week's, and .CO less
than tho nvernge. Tho mean temperature was 73.0, R Muller.
Walanae (27) The mean tempernturo was 75.2. Thero was no
rainfall, .70 Inch heluw thu nuragu, and .03 less than the preceding
week's F. Meer
I8LAND OF KAUAI. '
Kealla (27) There wns .10 Inch ot rainfall on tho 25th. Makeo
Llhue (27) Clear weather obtained, with a mean tompoj-aturo of
72.4, and showers on the llrst five dates amounting to .25 Inch, .18
moro than during thu preceding weak. F. Weber.
Eleele (27) Clear, pleasant weather obtained, with a shower on (ho
24th amounting to .01 Inch, .30 less than tho previous week's. McBrydo
Makawell (27) Tho mean temperaturo was 75,2, and thero waa no
rainfall, .00 Inch less than last wook'B, nnd .C4 below the average.
Hnw. Sugar Co.
Received too lato to ho used In Summary or Averages:
Kllauea (27) Warm, clear weather, excepting cloudy on tho 24th,
nnd Ely. winds obtained Tho mean temperature was 73.2, and show.
erH occurred 011 four nights totaling .30 Inch, .30 moro than last week's,
and 1.30 Inches less than tho average. L. II, Horelko.
' ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu (27) Clear weather obtained, with showors on Ave datos
amounting to .82 Inch, .10 moro than during tho preceding week, Tho
menu temperature, wiib 75.C. C C 'Conradt.
Molokal Ranch (27) The mean tenipcrnturn was 72.3, and thero wns
rainfall 011 three dates totaling 1 10 Inches. J, Munro.
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