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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, April 12, 1909.
He.ivy rains occurred at numerous statiops In the windward district!
of Hawaii from the 2d to the 7th, Inclusive, and In the Koolau district
of Matii on the 2d and 3d.
The fall was excessively heavy In amount 2.50 Inches or over In 21
consecutive hours at three stations on Hawaii, and two on Maul on
the 2d; six on Hawaii and two on Maul on the 3d; two on Hawaii on
the 5th. and ten on the 6th and four on the 7th on Hawaii. The great
est tmounts were reported from the Hamakua and northern portion
of the Hllo districts; and the maximum fall was 7.00 Inches. Much
damage was done to bridges, roads, etc., on Hawaii, by this rainstorm.
The rainfall was above the average of ten or more years at all sta
tions In the Kohala, Hamakua, Hllo and northern portion of the Kau
dlstrjct of Hawaii; the Lahalna district of Maul, and the northern
portion of the Koolaupoko district of Oahu. Elsewhere It was below
the average. Following are the excesses, In Inches, In the several dis
tricts: Hawaii Kohala 3.17 to 6.11, Hamakua 10.32 to 12.71, Hllo 3.03
to 15.23, and northern Kau 0.77; Maul Lahalna 0.38; and Oahu north,
ern Koolaupoko 1.47. The deficiencies were: Hawaii southern Kau
0.37, and Kona 0.73; Oahu Koolauloa 0.31, southern Koolaupoko 0.2-1,
Honolulu 0.63 to 1.36, Ewa 0.20, and Walanae 0.22; and Kauai Kona
0.51, and Waimea 0.13.
The greatest amounts of rainfall were reported from the Hamakua
and Hllo districts of Hawaii, and the Koolau district of Maul, and
ranged from 5.30 to 18.37 Inches. The amounts, in Inches, In the remain.
Ing districts were: Hawaii Kohala 3.18 to 6.37, Puna 4.21, Kau 0.34
to 1.30, and Kona 0.04 to 0.48; Maul Hana 3.48, Klhel 0.25, Walluku
1.72 to 3.56, and Lahalna 0.61; Oahu Koolauloa 0.18, Koolaupoko 0.23
to 2.S5, Honolulu 0.00 to 0.09, and Ewa and Walanae 0.00; Kauai Puna
0.C0, Kona 0.46, and Waimea 0.00 to 0.17; and Molokal 0.60 to 1.08.
There was more rainfall than during the preceding week at all sta
tions on Kiual, and all on Hawaii, excepting at those In the Kona dis
trict: and less at all on Oahu, Kauai, and Molokal, excepting In the.
Interior of the last named Island. The greatest deflelenclestwere re
ported from the Hllo and Hamakua districts of Hawaii, and generally
ranged from over 9.00 to 18.01 Inches. The largest deficiencies occurred
en the Koolaupoko and Honolulu districts of Oahu, and did not exceed
Unusually low night temperatures were reported from a numbed of
statlcns during the forepart of the week.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 63.2 8.06 Inches.
Maul 67.5 3.74 Inches.
Oahu 69.5 0.49 Inch.
Kauai 68.5 0.16 inch.
Molokal 69.5' 0.79 Inch.
Entire Group 68.4 - 4.90 Inches.
At the local office of the U. 3. Weather Bureau In Honolulu clear to
partly cloudy weather obtained, with no rainfall, a deficiency of 0.63
inch as compared with the weekly normal, and 0.82 less than during
the preceding week. The maximum temperature was 79', minimum 60,
and mean 71. r, 1.6 below the normal, and 1.6" higher than last week's.
The mean dally relative humidity ranged from 58 ' to 75'', and for the
week was 65.6 . Northeast winds prevailed on the 4th, 5th and 6th;
E. on the 7th, 8th and 10th, and S. on the 9th, with an average hourly
velocity of 8.9 miles. The mean dally barometer ranged from 30.05 to
30.11 Inches, and the mean for the week, 30.08, was 0.06 Inch above
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Koto: Tho flguros followlns Dip iinmo of stntlon Indicate the dato
with which tho week's report rlosert)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (R) Hnln foil cm llvo dales, nuwmitlne to 3.18 Inchon,
2.38 mnro than iliirlnr the lirececllliK week. A. Million. '
Kohala Mill (S) Tho menu temperature wan KG 8. There weio flvo
ilnyH with rain, totulliit? 1.2(1 Inchon 3.17 nhovo the iivomRu, unit 3.15
mine tlinn lnt week'H. At the SCO fout station 11.20 Inchon of rain
fell. T. II I.lllle
Nlulll (8) Huliis oceiiireil dally ntn totnleil fi 37 Inches, S 62 moro
tlinn last week'H. nml 3.11 above the at erase. The mean temperature
wa f,7 Q'.V C. 1'netow.
Kukulhaele (8) The mean temperature wis 712. Heavy lalns fell
on (he ilutes mid amounted to 10.05 Inches, D.fiS more than the prcco
illiir. week'H. The rainfall at the i?iernmeiit road was 17.08 Inchei.
II. T llare'lay. ,
Honokaa (7) Until fell on six ihton, totalliiK 11.82 Inchon, 10.32
above the neuiKO, and 10.57 moro than last week's. The mean (cm
lionittiri) vnn til,." I. V. KniidBcn.
Paauhau (SiThe mean temperatino wns OS C. Heavy rains occur
red on llvo dates and amounted to HIS IncheH. 1310 moro than the
preceding weelc'o, and 12.71 nhovo the meruit". 1. Wilson.
Ookala (Rt UiiIiih occiiired on five dates nml totaled lli.31 Inrlies,
12 01 nhovo the averaKe, ami 12 R7 inoio than last week'H. The mean
temperature na "".!". W. (1. Walker.
Laupahoehoe (8) Heavy ruins, nttended with foi?, occurred dn(ly
iiiid totaled 15.11 Inches, W.!7 nliovc tho neiuRo, and 11.00 more tlutn
the provlnus weok's. K. V. llarnard.
Papaaloa (8) Ilnln fell on five dates and amounted to 15.89 Inclios,
35 01' moi.0 than iluilng the pioloun week. C. McLennan,
Honohlna (S) Ilnln fell dally and totaled 18.37 Inches. 17.01 moro
than tho precodlnK week's, nml IB 28 nhovo tho nverngo. V. M. I'rnser.
Hakalau (S) The mean temperatiiro was t',8.1'. There wero flvo
dnvn with rain, which amounted to 11.90 Inches, 12.13 nhovo tho aver,
lige. nnd 13.SI moio than last weok's .1. I'rnser.
Pepeekeo (S) Ilnlus occulted dally nnd totnled 10.S8 Inches, 9.93
ninie than last week's, mid S 58 ulxno tho averafio. Tho mean lent
nerutuiu was 70 8. A HlUa
Papaikou (S) Ruin fell dally and amounted to 9.9S Inches, 0.20 nliovo
the nwraKe, nml 8.50 moro than durhiK the preceding week. .1. T. Molr.
Hllo (SI The nienn temperature wns 09.0", nnd tho rainfall which
norm roil dnlly 0 K2 luetics, n.12 moie than last week's, nnd 3.08 nlimo
the'iivetiiKo. I.. 0. I. mint. .
Ponahawal (8) Ilnlns oecutred dally, mnminllne to Clio Inches, 3.13
more Hum ilnriiit; the pieccdlng week. Tlio mean temperatiiro was
07.5". J. 13. Oainallei.on.
Kaueleau (7J Tlio mean temperature wns GG.O". Haiti fell dally and
totaled 4.21 Inches, 1.88, moro than the previous week's. I,. V, Turner.
Pahala (7) Tho mcnji temperature wns C8.4. nnd tho rainfall 1.30
Inches, that amount more than last week's, and .77 Inch nbovo tho
nteraKo. Haw. Attrlc. Co.
Naalehu (7) Tlicro were four dnys with rain, which amounted to
.39 Inch, that amount inore than Inst week's, nml ,37 less than the aver
ace. Kona winds outMlncd, with a tempcraturo of 88 on tho 3d. C. II.
Kau (7) Tho nicrnn temperatiiro wns C1.B. Showers occurred on
five dntes and nmnrinted to .31 Inch, .23 moro than during tho prcco
dliiK week V. II. Ilnyselden.
Kealakekua (M There wns .01 Inch of rainfall, on tho 5th, .54 less
tlinn the pretlous 'lock's. II. Wnllnco.
Kealakekua (7) Tho mean tempcraturo wns G9.7", nnd tho rnlnfnll
which occurred on two dates .18 Inch, .73 below tho average, mid
.35 less than hiBt .Meek's Rev. 8. II. Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Huelo (S) Tho mean temperature wns C3.C. There were dally rains,
' which niuounted ,no 8.15 Inches, 5,72 more tlinn during the preceding
week. .1 I,. Korr'crn.
Nahlku (7) lit Ins occurred dally nnd totaled 8.38 Inches. 0.59 moro
than lust weok's. Tho menu tempcrntiiro wns G3.1. C. O. Jacobs.
Hana (0) Tho mean tempcrntiiro wnB C7.0". Dally rains occurred
and amounted 'to 3.48 Inches, 2.78 moro thnn tho previous week's.
Very cool wentlt t obtained on the last four dates. a. O. Cooper.
Klhel (7) Thoro was on.o shower, tho rnlnfnll amounting to .25 Inch,
Hint amount tmjro than during tho preceding wttck. Tlio mean temper
ature was 72.4'. V. II. Ilnyselden,
Puunene (S) The mean tempcrntiiro wns C8.8. Thero wero thrco
dnys with rain, which niuounted to 1.72 Inches, thnt amount moro than
lust week's W. Senrhy
Walluku (S) Ilnln. fell on tho first six dntes nnd totaled 3.50 Inches,
3.53 more than during tho preceding week. The mean temperature was
G7.2 Ilro. Irnnk. '
Kaanapall (8) Tho menn temperature was 70.3. Thoro wns .01
Inch of rainfall on tho 2d, .38 nbovo tho average Strong N. and NW.
winds proinlled on Ilio first threo dnys. W. Hobb.
ISLAND OF OAHU. '
Kahuku (9) Tho menn tempcruturu wns 07.4. Showers occurred
on four ilntcH, lunoumlnx to .18 Inch, .31 less than tho average. Tho
nights wero lery cool. it. T. Chrlstopliersen.
Maunawlll Ranch (9) Heavy rains occurred on tho 3d nnd showers
on the remaining dntes, tntnllng 2.95 Inches, 1.47 moro thnn tlio average,
nnd 1.3G less thnn lust week's. Tho mean tempcraturo wns G8.0".
Walmanalo (9) Tho menn tempcraturo was 70.9. Showers occurred
on two dates nnd amounted to .23 Inch, .24 below the average, nnd 3.2S
inches less than tho preceding week's. A. lrvlno.
Manoa (9) Showers occurred on two dntos nnd amounted to .09
Inch, 1.80 InchcB below tho nverngo, nml 5.34 less than during the
previous week. V. N. I'urker.
Ewa (10) Very low temperatures obtained during tho first thrco
nights. Thero wns no rainfall, ,10 Inch less thnn Inst week's, nnd .211
below tho nverngo. Tho mean temperature wns 70.2. It. Mullcr.
Walanae (9) Die mean tempcrntiiro wns G9.5. Thero wns no rain
fall, a deficiency of .22 Inch as compared with the average, und .09
less thnn the preceding week's. P. Meyer.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kealla (9) Tho menn tempcrntiiro wns 08.8'. Thero was no rain
fall, .83 Inch less thnn during tho preceding wcok. Mukeo Sugar Co.
Koloa (9) Light Bhowers occurred on two dntes nnd amounted to .40
Inch, .51 below tho nverngo, nnd 3.95 Inches less than last week's. Tho
mean tempcraturo wns 08.0. Tho Koloa Sugar Co.
Eleele () A shower occurred on tho 3d, amounting to .17 Inch, 1.G3
Inches less thnn during tho preceding week. Mcllrydo Sugar Co.
Makawell (9) Tlio mean temperatiiro was C8.8". Thero was no rnln
fnll, 1.39 Inches less thnn Inst week's, nml .13 Inch below tho nverngo.
Haw. Sugar Co,
ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (9) Ilnln fell on threo dates nnd totnled .50 Inch,
2.30 Inches less thnn last week's. Tho mean tompornturo wr.s G9.5.
(3 C. Conrndt.
Molokal Ranch (9) Ilnln fell on tho first two dates and niuounted to
1.08 Inches, .13 more thnn during the preceding week. O. P. Conko
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