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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., Aug. 23, 1909.
The men temperatures were higher than thote of the preceding
wrtk In the ..'. Kohala, Hamakua and Kau districts of Hawaii; the
Kocl.iupoko and leeward districts of Oahu, end the Hanalel district
of Kauai. In the remaining districts they were lower. As a rule the
ci.inge was small, and at but few stations did It equal 1.0.
Light and r'cf'clcnt rains continued over Hawaii, Maul, Oahu, and
the Hanalel district of Kauai, and all stations In those respective
. Iclcndi and district, having a record of ten or more years, report less
lalnfall than the average. More rainfall than the average Is reported
from the Koloa and Walmea districts of Kauai.
The greatest amount of rainfall was reported from the 8. Kona
district of Hew.ill and amounted to 3.44 Inches. No rainfall was report
ed frcm the Kau and northern portion of the Hamakua districts of
Hawaii; the Wclluku and Lahalna districts of Maul, and the lower
Icscls of the Lwa district of Oahu; the need of rain Is also reported
from portions of the N. Kohala dlctrlct of Hawaii. Following are the
amounts. In Inches, In the remaining dlcti lets: HAWAII N. Kohala
0C5 to O.CS, Hamakua 0.00 to 0 08. N. Hilo 0.24 to 1.19, S. Hllo 0.80
to 1.79, Puna 0.77 to 0.80, Kau 0.00, and N. Kona 122; MAUI Maka
wzo 0.46 to 1 32, and Hana 0.42 to 1.37 no rainfall reported from the
remaining districts; OAHU Kootauloa and Koolaupoko 0.21 to 0.49,
Honolulu 0.20, and Ewa O.OO at the lower altitudes and 0.75 to 0 86 at
the higher; KAUAI Haialel and Kawalhau 0.32 to 0.46, Koloa 0.54 to
1.69, and Walmea 0.22; and MOLOKAI Molokal 0.09.
The departures from fhe average of ten or more 'years, In Inches,
weie: HAWAII N. Kohala 1.02 to 1.C8, Hamakua 1.24, N. Hllo
1.18 to 2.57, S. Hllo 1.23 to 2.71, Puna and Kau 0.87 to 0.92,
n-d N. kona 0.60; MAUI Makakao 0.93, and Lahalna 0.46;
OAHU Koolauloa 0.22, Koolaupoko 0.17 to 0.91, and Ewa and
Honolulu 0.13 to 0.15; and KAUAI Hanalel 0.87, Koloa 10.53,
f.nd Walmea .0.04.
There was generally less rainfall than during last week on Hawaii,
rnd In the Hanalel and Kawalhau districts of Kauai; and more rain.
f.-ll generally on Oahu, nnd In the Koloa district of Kauai.
The following table shows the weekly jverages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal islands ana tor tne uroup:
Entire Group 74.4" 0.63 Inch.
At the local office of the U. 8. Weather Bureau In Honolulu clear to
partly cloudy weather obtained, with measurable rainfall On five dates
amounting to .20 Inch, 0.15 less than the normal for the week, and 0.06
more than during the preceding week. The maximum temperature
uae 82, minimum 69 and mean 76.6", 1.7" below the normal, and 0.3"
higher than last week's. The mean dally relative humidity varied from
66 to 75 , and the mean for the week was 69.7 . Northeasterly
winds prevailed on each day, with an average hourly velocity of 8.9
miles. The mean dally barometer ranged from 30.03 to 30.06 Inches,
and the mean for the week, 30.05, was 0.07 Inch above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Xote: Tho tlsuros following tlio name, "f Btatlon Indicate, the
ilnte with which tho week's report cloned.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Kohala Mission (20) The mean temperature was 73.0". Showers
occurred on four clatoB nml ntntnintoil to .08 Inch. .13 less than tho
p.cccdlni; weekV, nml 1.08 Inches below tho ncrnKO. Dr. 11. I), llond.
Kohala Mill (19) Tho exceptionally I.IkIi mean tenipcratt.ro of
73.11" occurred with rnlnrnll on three dates nmounlliiB to .08 Inch, .22
kss than last week's, nnd 1.02 Inches below tho nvcrnRC T. II. l.llllo.
Ntulll (19) Tho mean tei.iperatt.ro was 74.8". Thero was hut ono
day with rainfall, which amounted to .05 Inch, .24 loss than tho previous
wcok's, nnd 1.06 Inches below tho average. V. C. Vactow.
Kukulhaele (19) Thero was no rainfall, .31 Inch less than during
tho preceding week. Tho menu tompcrati.ro wa3 76.5". II. T. Barclay.
Honokaa (18) Tho moan temperature was 74.C", and tho rainfall
on tho lDth .08 Inch. .16 Icbs than last week's, nnd 1.24 Inches below
tho average. 1 V. Knudscn.
Paauhau (19) Thero wns .01 Inch of rainfall on tho 15th .01 moro
than tho p.evlous week's, and 1.24 Inches below tho average. Tho
mean temperature was 71.0". U Wllcon.
Ookala (19) Tho mean temperature wns 73.2". Ilaln fell on two
dales and nmoimte.l to .24 Inch. .10 less than last week's, and 1.9S
Inches below the nvcrage. J. Johnston.
Laupahoehoe (19) Showers occurred on tho last three nights and
totaled .CI Inch. .06 less tltnn during tho p.evlous week, nnd 2.57 Inches
below tho average: K. Ilernard.
Papaaloa (SO) llaln fell on threo dates nnd amounted to .93 Inch,
.03 moro than dining tho preceding week. C. McLennan.
Honohlna (19) Showers occurred on six dates and totaled 1.19
inches 2.07 below tho iicrage, nnd .41 Inch less than tho preceding
week's. W. M. Kraser.
Hakalau (19) Tho mean temperature wns 73.2", nnd tho rainfall
which occurred on six dates 1.79 Inches, 1.23 below tho average, aud
,19 Inch less than last week's. J. Kraser.
Pepeekeo (19) Showers Declined dally and totaled 1.43 Inches, 1.41
below tho average, and .1 1 Inch less than tho preceding week's. Tho
mean temperature was 73 8". I'epeekco Sugar Co.
Papalkou (19) llaln foil dally and umountcrt to 1.59 Inches, 2.71
below the incrngo. and .30 Inch lets than last week's. J. T. Molr.
Hllo (19) The mean temperature was 71.0". U C. 1-yn.nn.
Ponahawal (19) Showets occimed dally, amounting to .86 Inch.
.37 less than during tho preceding week. Tho mean temperature was
71.0" J. B. nninnllclson.
Kapoho (19) Tho mean tcmporati.ro wns 73.4", nnd tho rainfall
which occurred on Fix dates .77 Inch, .90 below tho average, and
.1 1 less than last week's. II. J. Lyman.
Kaueleau (IS) Showers occurred dally and totaled .90 Inch. Tho
mean temperature was 09.2. L. V. Turner.
Pahala (18) The mean temperature was 72.6", nnd there was no
rainfall S Inch less than tho weekly incrago. Haw. Agrlc. Co.
Naalehu (18) There wus no rainfall, .07 Inch less than during the
preceding week, and .92 bolow tho avciaso. C. H. White.
Kealakekua (19) Heavy lalns occurred on tho 13th and 19th, anil
showers on tho Hilt nnd 18th. totaling 3.44 Inches, .89 Inch moro than
during tho preceding week. II. Wallace.
Kealakekua (IS) Tho mean temperature waB 70.5", and tho rain
full which occurred on threo dates 1.22 Inches. 2.00 les3 than last
week's, and .60 Inch below tho average Rov. S. II. Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (19) Light trndo winds prevailed, with much clear, sunny
weather, and light Bhowcrs every night amounting to .46 Inch, .93
less than tho average, and .OS moro than hut week's. Tho mean tem
perature was 72.5". I). I). Ilalilwln.
Huelo (19) Tho mean temperature was 70.8". Showers occurred
dally ami totaled 1.32 Inches, .30 Inch lesa than during tho preceding
week. J. L. Fctrelra.
Nahlku (18) Itnln occurred dally and nmounteil to 1.87 inches, .16
Inch more than d.ulng ll.o previous week. Tho mean tcmi.eruti.ro
was 69 7. C. O. Jacobs.
Hana (17) Tho moan temperature was 75.0", and tho rainfall
which occurred on tho last four dates .42 Inch, .16 less than during
the preceding week. CI. O. Cooper.
Puunene (19) Thero was no rainfall, no chango from last wcok.
The mean temperature was 74.7. V. Senrby.
Walluku (19) Ilalnless weather continued, with a mean temper
ature of 76.4". Ilro. Frank.
Kaanapall (19) Moderate NIC. winds nnd rainless, warm weather
prevailed, with a mean temperature of 78.6". Thero wns a deficiency
of .10 inch In nvorngo weekly rainfall, W. Ilohb.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (20) The mean temperature was 74.3". Showers occurred
dully and totaled .33 Inch. .22 less than tho average, and .22 moro than
the preceding week's. II. T. Chrlbtopheisen,
Maunawlll Ranch (20) Showers occurred on four dutes and totaled
.49 Inch, .91 less than tho avcingu. nn.l .35 moro than last week's. Tho
mum temperature was 75.4". J. Herd.
Walmanalo (20) Tho mean tempe.nturo was 79.2, and tho rainfall
which occurred on threo dates .21 Inch, .17 less than tho average,
nml .15 moro than tho previous week's. A. Irvlno.
Walawa (20) Tho mean tonipornturo was 73.9", nnd tho rainfall .80
Inch At tho illlch there wns .75 Inch of rainfall. A. Lister.
Ewa (21) Clear pleasant weather obtained, with light "trades".
Thero was no rain, no chango from last week, ami .13 Inch below
tho average. Thu mean tempemturo wus 77.0. M. Mullcr,
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kllauea (20) Tho mean temperature wns 75.8". Showers occurred
during live nights nn.l totaled .32 Inch, .87 bolow ll.o nverago and .20
less linn last week's. Tho suimhlne wns Intense. L. II. Ilorolko.
Kealla (2fl)-- Showers occuirod on rour dates and amounted to .10
iiit'li, .20 less Hum dining tho preceding week. Thu mean temperature
wm 7.12 M"Vei. Sugar Co.
Koloa (20) Thero were dully .bowers amounting to 1.09 Inches, .06
Inch iiiuro linn ''. t weeks nml .5 above thu aver.igo. Tho mean tern
leiature was 74 B .The Koloa S.r,'ar Co,
Eleele (20) Showets ooc.i.reil on llvo dales nml amounted to .51
Inch, tho tame us during tho preceding weok. Mcll.ydo Sugar Co.
Makawell (20) Tho mean temperature was 77.3", and ll.u rainfall
which occurieM-tm threo dales .22 Inch, .01 more than the average.
Haw, Sugar Co. ,
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Molokal Ranch (20) Tho mean temperature was 70.2". Thero was
.09 Inch of rainfall on tho 17th. n. I'. Cooke.
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