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WEEKLY WEAJHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU. FEB. 1, 1900.
Considerably lower mean temperatures than during the preceding
week were reported from the Kohala, Hamakua, Hllo and Puna districts
of Hawaii, the Koolau and Hamakualoa districts of Maul, and the Ho.
nolulu and the higher levels of the Ewa districts of Oahuj and con
ilderably higher mean temperatures from the Walanae district of Oahu,
and the Puna district of Kauai.
The greatest amounts of rainfall were reported from the windward
districts of Hawaii, and In these districts, and also In the Hamakualoa
of Maul the total amounts were above the weekly average of ten or
more years: in all other districts of the seetlon the weekly amounts
were below the average.
The amounts, In Inches, In the several districts were: Hawaii Ko
hala and Hamakua 1.62 to 2.65, Hllo 2.81 to 4.65, Puna 1.93 to 4.22, Kau
0.00, and Kona 0.40 to 0.52:' Maul Koolau and Hamakualoa 1.40 to
2.36, Hana 0.46, Kula 0.00, Walluku 0.15 to 0.36, and Lahalna 0 03J Oahu
Koolauloa and Koolaupoko 0.15 to 0.48, Honolulu 0.45 to 1.07, Ewa
trace at the lower altitudes and 1.13 to 1.92 at the higher, and Walanae
O.COJ Kauai Puna 0.31 to 0 69. and Walmea 0.09 to 0.31; and Molokal
The excesses, as compared with the average of ten or more years. In
Inches, were: Hawaii Kohala 0.69 to 1.43, Hamakua 0.45 to 2.60, Hllo
0.46 to 2.60, and Puna 0.09. and In the Hamakualoa district of Maul
0.88; the deficiencies were: Hawaii Kau 0.03 to 1.17, and Kona 0.30;
Maui Walluku 0.10, and Lahalna 0.94; Oahu Koolauloa 0.36, Koolau
poko 0.71 to 0.32, Honolulu and Ewa 0.18 to 0.47, and Walana.e 0.66; and
Kauai Walmea 0.47.
There was more rainfall than during the preceding week In all die
trlcts excepting In the Kau of Hawaii where rainless and severe
drought conditions obtain. In the windward districts of Hawaii, and
the Hamakualoa district of Maul the excesses generally ranged from
about 2.00 Inches to 4.63. while In the remaining districts of the section
they were usually less than 0.50 Inch.
Unusually strong winds prevailed over the entire section generally
thruout the week, and were continuing at the time of closing the report.
The following table shown the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 68.5" 2.51 Inches.
Maul VO.r 0.85 Inch.
Oahu 70.7 0.60 Inch.
Kauai 70.7 0.35 Inch.
Molokal 69.0 0-31 Inch.
Entire Group 69.6' 1.55 Inches.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau In Honolulu partly
cloudy weather generally obtained, with rainfall on four dates totaling
.45 Inch, .11 less than the weekly normal, and .44 more than during the
preceding week. The maximum temperature was 75 , minimum 64 ,
and mean 70.0, 0.4 below the normal, and 2.2' lower than last week's.
The mean dally humidity ranged from 60 to 80 , and for the week
was 68.3". Easterly winds prevailed on the 25th and 26th, and north
easterly on the remaining dates and for the week, with the high aver
age hourly velocity of 11.0 miles. The mean dally barometer ranged
from 30.05 to 30.16 Inches, and the mean for the week, 30.10, was 0.13
Inch above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note: The figures following the namo of station Indicate the ilato
with which the week's report cloned.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (281 rtnln fell on six dale ami totaled 2 C Inches.
Kohala Mill (281 Cold, Htormy weather obtained, villi rainfall on
the last six dates amounting to 2 17 Inches, 1.43 above the average, and
2.0S Inched more than last week's. The menu temperature was 09.2.
T II. I.llllo
Kohala Mission (2D) The mean tomiiernturo was OG.-I'. Haiti foil
dally and totaled 2.02 Indies, 1.89 more than the preceding week's, and
.91 Inch above the average. I)r II. I) llond.
Nlulli (28) Shower occurred on (lu datca and amounted to 1 62
lncl.es, 1 51 more than last weckW. and .69 Inch nboe the average. The
mean temiwratnro was C8 8'. V. C. I'aetow
Kukulhaele (28) Cooler and showery weather prevailed, with n mean
temperature of 09.2, and 2.01 Inches of rainfall, that amount more
than during the preceding week II. T llarclny
Honokaa (27) The mean temperature was 09.2. Haln fell on flo
dates and totaled 2.20 Inches, 1.78 more than last week's, and .74 Inch
hhove the nerage. 1" V. Knudsen.
Paauhau (28) Haln fell on six dates and amounted lo 1.84 Inches,
1.80 moro than during the preceding wiek, mid 43 Inch uliovo tho
nerage. I,. AVllnon.
Ookala (28) Heavy rains ocrurrod on the 24lh and 28th. totaling
3.73 Inches, that amount moro than last week's, and 1 63 above tho
average. Tho mean temperature was 70 0 V. O. Walker.
Laupahoehoe (28) Stormy weather and heavy seas prevailed, with
4 02 Inches of rainfall occurring mostly at night that amount moro
thuu during the preceding week, and 1.03 above tho average. 12. W.
Papaaloa (28) Haln fell on six dates and amounted to 3.19 Inches,
that amount more than during Hi J previous week. C McLennan
Hcnohlna (28) Italn fell on tho last fix dates and totnled 3 86 Inches,
1.38 moro than the average. W. Elliot.
Hakalau (28) Tho mean tempcratme. was 69.!'. Ualns occurred on
four datcH and amounted to 3.21 Inches, that amount more than last
week's, anil 1.00 Inch above tho average .1. Krnser.
Pepeekeo (28) Haln fell on tho last six dates and totaled 2 81 lucliej,
2.74 more than lust week's, and tfl Inch nbovc tho average. The liie.in
temperature was 70 7. A Sllva.
Papalkou (28) Ilalns occurred on the Inst six dales and amounted (n
4 05 Inches, 4.ii.1 mora than during tho piecedlug week, and 2.GH nhovo
the average. J T Molr
Hllo 2S) Tho menu temperature was 08.2. Showers occuned on
the labt six dntes mid totaled 3 00 Inches, 1 05 above the nvei'igz, and
3.59 more than la.it week's I.. C I.) man
Ponahawai (281 Itains occurred o.i six dates, amounting to 4.41
Inches, 4.29 more thun during tho pr ceding week. The mean temper
atuio was CO 3 .1 12 naniiillelson.
Kapoho (28)-Strong northeast winds prevailed, with a mum ttiu
I'craturu of 09,1, and rainfall on six dales totaling 1.93 1'irlnit, 1.0)
more than hut week's, and n't Inch above the average. II. J. I,) in in
Kaueleau (27) The mean .temperature was 04 2. Itains occuirel
dally and iiuiounted lo 1.22 Inches, 3 92 imuu than ilmlng the piecedlug
wiek. I.. K. Turner
Pahala (27) Rainier, weather continued u deficiency of .93 Inch
for tho week. The mean tenipeintiro was 09.8. 1 1 aw. Agrle, Co.
Naalehu (27) High winds and rainless wentlur obtained a do.lclency
of 1 17 Inches us tnmpated with the week average C II. White
Kealakekua 2M There was 40 inch of r.iluhll on the 20th ,3S
mom than during Mie piocullng week It. Wallace
Kealakekua (27) The mem leinpenture wis '7118". Showers
occuned on the la I two ilutes and 'unlimited to 52 Inch .3l less thin
the merest), and 3 moro than list weeks.- Ilev n. II. IUvhi.
. ISLAND OF MAUI.
Huelo (28) The mean teiupei.ituro vvaa 00.8'. Kilns oceuued dally
and totaled 2..IG Inches. J. I.. Kerileru.
Nahlku (2S) Hhowets occurred dally au.l tot iled 1 10 Indies, 121
inure limn dining the preceding week. The mean teinperaluio w.u.
f5.4. (2. O Jacobs.
Haiku (28) Veiy sluing trade .winds pi evaded with much rlmnl
weather, and dillj rainfall iiimmniliiii to 2.17 Inches. 2.01) mure (ban
list week's and 88 Inch nunio Iho aveiage. The mean temieialnio
was 08.C I) 1) 1 In M win '
Hana (20) Ilium was rain on live dules and aiiioutiled to .41! Inch,
lhat iimniml nioio Itiiin limine Iho preceding week. Tho mean temper
ature was 70 0-. (!. O C'oopei.
Klhei (28)-Clear weathef and moderate to strong NI2 winds ob
tained, with tin iiilnrall no thaiigo fioni Iho pioeedlus week. 'Iho
mean temperatuie was 71 0". !'. H. lfnybeldcn
Kahulul (29) Stiong "Hades" mid cloudy weather obtained with a
mean toinperatuie of 73 i", anil .30 Inch of rainfall, .10 lubi Hum tho
nveiuge. .1. A. Iluttle
Walluku (28) The niau tompeinturo was 71 I". and Iheie were
Klimvd'H on the last Inn ditis iiniimutlng lo 15 lilt li. thut amount mote
than during Iho pri c, dlug w elt Iln. Kriink.
Kaanapali (2S1--Strong K to NI2. winds prnvalled. at times lncrens
lug lo a gale. Light night hliuwurr nccmred on two djles amounting to
.03 Inch, that amount moie than last week's, and .91 less than the
average. The mean teinpeijtiue was 70.8". W, ltobb,
ISLAND OF OAHU,
Kahuku (2!l Tho mean temperature was CD 4. and rain fell In light
(how era on sin dates, amounting to .30 Inch, .30 less thun the average,
uiid .27 more than last week's High "trades" prevailed. II. T. Chris
tnphcrsen. Haauula (29) Stiong southeast winds obtained, with daily showers
amounting to .11 Inch, .39 more than during the preceding week. Tho
mean fmipeiaturo was 74 (J. Mrs, K. W. Hay.
Maunawlll Ranch (29) The mean tempeiaturo was 09.0. Showers
occuired dally und totaled 58 Inch, .71 less than Iho nverago, uml .37
inure than laet week's J Herd
Walmanalo (29) Showeis occurred on four dates and amounted to
.15 Inch, .07 mom than the pluvious week's, and .82 less than tho
average. A Irvine. ,
I Manoa (29) Haln fell dull) and totaled 1.07 Inches, .18 less than the
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Walawa (30) The mean tempei;atiiro was CC.2 nnd th rainfall 1J3
Inches, H2 Inch more than during the provlotis week At the ditch
(here was 1 92 Inches of rainfall, 1.01 more than Inst week's A I. Inter.
Ewa (3u) Clear to parti) cloudy weather obtained, with traces of
rain on two dates those amounts more than laM week's, and .47 Inch
less than the nverago The mean tenipcrnliuct was 7 3 II .M idler.
Walanae (2!i) Italnlers weather continued, n deficiency of .00 Inch
In weekly iiilnfall. The mean tempeiaturo wrm 73 3". 1'. Meyer.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kealla (29) The me.wi temperature was 7U". Showers occurred on
four dales and totaled .31 Inch, that amount more (hnn during tho pie
ceding week MnKee Sugar Co.
Llhue (29) Italn fell on the first nix dntes and amounted to .09
Inch, .51 moro than the previous week's. Tho mean tempcrutnro wna
70.2. F. Weber " i
Eleele (29) Cool weather obtained, with showers on three dates
amounting to 31 inch, that amount moro than dining the pu-cedlng
week. Mcllrjde Sugar Co.
Makawell (29) (lenerally clear wenther olitiilned. with measurable
rainfall on two dates amounting to .09 Inch. .:I7 below the nvernge. and
.10 less than last week's. Tho menu tempi rnturo was 71.5. Hiivv.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Molokal Ranch (29) The mean temperature wns 09.0'. Showers
occuned on live dates and totaled .37 inch- (1 1'. Cooke.
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