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WEEKLY WEAJHER BULLETIN
A very severe rain and wind storm obtained over the Islands on the
11th and 12th, and exeeiilvely heavy rains 5.24 to 14.34 inched'Hi -24
consecutive hours were reported from the Puna, Hllo and Hamakua
districts of Hawaii; the Koolau and Hamakualoa districts 6f Miul 4.03
to 6.27 Inches; the Koolaupoko and Ewa districts of Oarru, arid the
Kona and Walmea districts of Kauai 2.54 to 3.59 Inches. . .
The rains In the Kau and Puna districts of Hawaii were Insufficient
to break the drought. No reports were received from the drought dis
tricts of Maul.
Much damage was caused by this storm by the washing out of roads,
bridges, and culverts, and In other ways.
The greatest amounts of rainfall. In Inches, were reported from the
Hllo district of Hawaii and varied from 1073 to 17.62-(no reports were
received from the central portion of ths district.) The amounts of.raln
fal In the remaining districts were: Hawaii Kohala 2.17 to 2.73, Ha
makua 5.81 to 6.75, Puna 7.32 to 10.80, Kau 0.09 to 0.86, and Kona Q'10
to 0.29; Maul Hamakualoa and Koolau 5.27 to 6.58, Haha 0,87, and
Walluku 2.34 to 3.73; Oahu Koolauloa 2.95, Koolaupoko 3,41 to 7.42,
Honolulu 1.20, Ewa 1.44 to 4.38, and Walanae 0.46; Kauai Ken apd
Koolau 4.00 to 5.29, and Puna and Walmea 1.83 to 3.87; and Molokal
2.33 to 2.90. , ''
The rainfall was above the average of ten or more years at all sta
tions In the Kohala, Hamakua, Hllo and Puna and the northern portion
of the kau district of Hawaii; and the Hamakualoa and Walluku dis
tricts of Maul; at all on Kauai, and Oahu, excepting In the Walanae
The departures from the average In the several districts were Ha
waii Kohala 40.69 to 42.11, Hamakua 43.25 to 4420, Hllo' 47.25 .to
413.79, Puna 48.32, Kau 41.15 to 0.60, and Kona 0.74; Maul 43.17 to
43.49; Oahu Koolaupoko and Koolauloa 41.41 to 41.99, and Honolulu
and Ewa -40.62 to 40.82; and Kauai 42.33 to 43.12.
There was more rain than during the' preceding week In all districts,
excepting the Kona of Hawaii, and the eastern portion of the Walmea
of Kauai. The greatest excesses varied from 4.26 to 12.53 Inches, and
occurred In the Hllo and Puna districts of Hawaii. The only other sta
tion reporting an excess of more than 4.00 Inches was in the Koolau
poko district of Oahu. The greatest deficiency as compared with last
week was 0.45 Inch.
Higher mean temperatures than those of the preceding week gener
ally were reported.
.The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 68.1 6.56 Inches.
Maul 69.3 3.76 Inches.
Oahu 69.1 2.94 inches.
Kaual 68.0' 3.48 inches.
Molokal 69.6' 2.62 Inches.
Entire Group 68.5 4.88 Inches.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Dureau In Honolulu the
weather was cloudy on the last three clays. Showers occurred on four
dates and a heavy rain on the 12th, totaling 1.20 Inches, 0.62 Inch above
the normal, and 0.61 more than during the preceding week. The max
imum temperature was77, minimum 60, and mean 68.8, 2.5 below
the normal, and 02' lower than last week's. Southwesterly winds pre
vailed ,on the, 9th, easterly on the 13th, and northeasterly on the re
maining dates, with an average hourly velocity of 10.9 'miles. The
mean dally relative humidity ranged from 72?. to 93 unusually high.
The mean dally barometer was above the normal on three dates, and
below on the remaining, and the mean for the week, 29.98 Inches, was
0.03 Inch below normal,
REMARK8 BY CORRE8PONDENT8.
(Koto: Tho figures following the namo ot station Indicate the data
with which tho week's report closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (11) Hnln fell on four dates and amounted to 2.61
Inches, .37 Inch nioro than during tho preceding week. A. Mason.
Kohala Mill (11) Tho mean temperaturo was 68.0. 'Showors occur
red on five dates and totaled 2.17 Inches, .69 Inch above tho average,
nnd .02 Inch more than tho previous week's. T. II. I.lllle
Kohala Mission (12) Hnln fell on Ave dates rnd amounted to 3.72
Inches, 2.11 above tho average, and 1.D2 more than last week's, Tho
mean temperature was GS.O. Dr. B. P. Bond.
Nlulll (11) The mean temperature wbb 69.0. There were flvo days
with rainfall, which totaled 2.93 Inchon, 1.75 abovo the average, and
,63 Inch mora than tho previous week's. V. C. I'actow.
Kukulhaele (11) .Excessively heavy rains occurred on tho last two
dates nnd amounted to 6.75 Inches, 4.24 moro than during tho prece
ding week Tho mean temperature wes 70,9. II, T. Barclay.
Honokaa (10) Tho mean temperature was 68.5. Ilaln foil on fou"
dales executively heavy on the 10th and amounted to 0.61 Inches,
3.25 ahovo thu averago, und 1.24 moro than last week's. I', V. Knudsen.
Paauhaul(ll) Showers occurred on four dates excessively heavy
on the 1 Kb and totaled fi.47 Inchon, 120 abovo tho avferngo, andr3.37
more than thu previous week's, Tho moan temperature was 60.6'i-rL.
Wlllun. -5 ,
Ookala (11) Tho.,tcnn temperature wus'69.7., Italic fdlUoit vtjx
dates nml amounted to 17.62 Inches 14.16 on tho 11th 7,73,-jabbve'
tho averago, nnd 1.66 moro than last week's. W. 0. Walker.
Laupahoehoe (ID Thoro woru six t'uyti with rainfall, totaling 17.23
Inches of which H.32 occurred on tho 11th 12.18 abovo the 'average,
hiiiI 12,53 more than during tho preceding week, II. W, Barnard,
Papalkou (ID Bains occurred dally and wero excessively heavy
on the 6th and 11th, nnd for thu week totaled 16.05 Inches, 1S.79
.ahovo tho average, and 12.75 moro than tho previous wtok's. J, T.
Molr. 1 i .
Hllo (ID Tho mean temperature was C8.0. Italn loll on, six dates
excessively heavy on tho 6th and 1 lth totaling 10.73 Inches, 7,25
abovo the nvorago, and 7.20 moro than last week's. L. C l.yriian.
Ponahawa! (11) Hnlns occurred on six dates excessively hejivy'on
tho 11th amounting to 12.56 Inches, 6.82 moro than during the pre
ceding week. Tho mean tomperature was 67.0. J. K. Garaaltels'on.
Kapoho (ID Tho mean temperature was 68.4. Ilaln fell ori six
dates excessively heavy on tho 6lh and 11th and totaled 10.80
Inches, 8.32 above Hk nverngo, nnd 0.2G moro than last week's. II. .1,
Kauejeau (10) Hnlns occurred on tho first four dates excessive In
amount on thu 6th and totaled 7.32 Inchon, 4.24 mora tluiii thu pro
ccUIng week's. Tlie mean tvroporuture wus C1.8V-L. t Turner.
Pahata (101 The mean tcn)pcrnttirn was 67.9. Showors occurred
on tho 5th nnd nmountcd to .09 Inch, (hat amount mora than last
week's, nnd 1.15 Inches below tho average. Haw. Agrlc. Co.
Naalehu (10) Showers occurred on tho 6th nml nmountcd to .63
Inch, .60 less than tho avcrngo for tho week. C. H. White.
Kau (10) Tho, mean temperaturo was 63.2". Rains occurred on
two dates and amounted to .86 Inch, .78 moro than during thu pre
ceding week. W. II. ilayscldcn.
Kealakek'ua (11) Showers occurred on .four dates and totaled ,29
Inch, .08 less than during tfie preceding week. It. Wallace.
Kealakekua (10) Tho mean tempcraturp was- 69.8. Bain full nu
tho first two dates nnd amounted to .19 tucli., .74 below thu nverngo,
and .32 less than Inst week's. Itcv. S. II. Davis. "
I8LAND OF MAUI. -
Huelo (ID The mean temperaturo was 05.6. Italn fell on flvo
dales excessively hoavy on tho 11th nnd nmountod to 6.G8 Inches,
3.47 moro than the preceding week's. J, I.. Kerrk-rn.
Haiku (ID Cloudy weather obtained, with dally rainfall amount
ing to 5.27 Inches-excessively heavy on tho 11th 3.17 nbovo the
average, and 1.72 moro than last week's. Tho mean temperature, was
68.5'. I). D. Baldwin.
Hana (9) Thd mean temperaturo was 69.2. Showers occurred on
three dates and totaled .87 Inch, ,13 moro than during tho preceding
week. 0. O. Cooper. ',
Kshulul (12) Honvy rains fell on tho last three days nnd nmountod
to 3.73 luetics, that amount moro than last week's, and 3,19 above thu
average. Tho menn temperaturo was 73.3. J. A, Hnttle.
Walluku, (11) Tho mean temperaturo was 70.0. Showers occurred
on tho 10 th and a heavy rain on tho 11th. totaling 2 34 Inches, 2.0.'
mora than tho preceding week's. Bro. Frank.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku- (12) Thn mean temperature was 67.2. Showers occurred
on flvo dates nnd heavy rain on the 12th. totaling 2.95 Inches, 1.99 abovo
thu averago, nnd 2.34 moro than last week's. W. I. Vorfeld.
Hauula (12) Showers occurred on threo days and excessively heavy
rains 6.75 Inches on tho 12th, totaling 7.42 Inchon, 6.C1 moro than thu
previous week's. The mean temperaturo wan 72.5. 'MrB. K. W. liny.
Maunawlll 'Ranch (12) Tho mean temperaturo was 68.0. Showcrtt
occurred on flvo dates and n heavy rainfall on the 12th,'nmountlng to
3.(1" Inches, 1.11 nbovo tho nverngo, and 2.02 moro than last week's. J.
Walawa (13) Tho mean tcmperatuie was 65.8. and thn rainfall 2.21
Indies, 1.65 moro than during tho preceding week At tho ditch them
was 4.38 IhchcR of rainfall, 1.61 more than last week's. A I.lstcr.
Ewa (13) Bliowcm occurred on two dates nnd a light rontlnuoux
rain on tho 12th, totaling 1,44 Inches, 1.15 moro than last week's, nnd
.82 Inch nbovo tho nverngo. Thu mean temperaturo was 69.8. It.
Walanae (12) Showers occurred nu throe dates anil nmountcd to
.46 inch, .05 less than tho nvcrago, and .44 more than thu preceding
wcok'B. Tho mean temperaturo was 71.4. V. Meyer.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (12) Showers occurred on four dates nnd rains on tho last
two, totaling 5,29 Inches, 3.12 abovo tho averago and 3.20 mora than
last week's. The moan temperature waB 66,0. I.. B. Borclko.
Keala (12) Showers occurred on flc dates and n heavy rain on tho
12th, amounting to 2.40 Inches, 1.27 more than during tho preceding
week. Makca Sugar Co.
Koloa (12) Tho mean temperaturo was 68.0. Showers occurred on
threo dates followed by continuous rnlns pn tho 11th and l2th-lcxccn-hlvcly
heavy on tho 12th totaling 4.00 Inches, 2.33 abovo tho nvcrago,
and .10 Inch moro than last week's. Tho Koloa Sugar Co.
Eleete (12) Cool weather obtained, with showers amounting tu 1.81
Inches, .45 Inch less than during tho preceding week. McBrydo Sugar
Makawell (12) Tho mean tcnipcrntiiro was 70.0. Shnwois occurred
on .two dates nnd excessively henvy rnlns on tho 12lh i.r9 Inches
totaling 3.87, 2.76 nbovo thu average, and 2.23 moro thnu last wcck'ti.
Haw. Sugar Co.
I8LAND OF MOLOKAI,
Mapulehu Ranch (12) Tho mean temperaturo was 69.6. Showeis
occurred on threo dates and heavy rains on tho last two, amounting to
2.90 Inchea.r-O. C. Conrndt.
Molokal Ranch (12) Showers occurred on threo and hoavy rains on
tho last two dates, totaling 2.33 Inches, 1.20 more than last week's.
(5. I. Cooke.
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