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"WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU T. H., Nov. 22, 1909.
The mean emperatures were lower than those of the preceding
a eel at all temperature repotting statlo.it in the Section, excepting at
one In the South Hllo district of Hawaii. On Oalui the defielsnciet were
narked, generally ranging fioni 2.1 to 3 3 . The deficiencies on Maul
Generally ranged from 1.2 to 2.7; 1.0 to 3.0 on Kauai; 1.3 on
Molokal, and 0.2 to 1.7' on Hawaii, excepting an excess of 0.2 at
Good rains were reported frcm the North Kohala and Hamakua dim
trlctt of Hawaii, and no rain from the Island of Kauai. From the re
maining Islands and districts the amounts wcie sinsll and below the
tverage excepting in the Makawao district of Maul.
The following are the departures frcm the average of ten or moro
years, In Inches, In the several districts of the different Islands:
HAWAII North Kohala -0.60 to t0.88, Hamakua '0.47 to i0.64, North
Hllo 0.53 to 2 05, South Hllo 1.26 to 3.G1. Puna 0.79, Kau
0.59. and North Kona 0.39J MAUI Makawao .0.62, Walluku 0.33,
and Lahaina 0.47; OAHU Koolauloa 0.97, Koolaupoko 0.43 to
1.09, Honolulu 1.19, Ewa 0.70, and Walanae 0.6G; KAUAI
Kawalhau 0.80, and Walmca 0.59.
The following are the total amounts of rainfall, In Inches, in the
several districts: HAWAII North Kohsla 1.14 to 1.94. Hamakua 2.00
to 2.08, North Hllo 1.81 to 2.55, South Hllo 0.68 to 1.61, Puna 0.99 to
1.16, Kau 0.68, and North Kona 0.65; MAUI Makawao 1.53 to 2.70,
Hana 1.31 to 3.49, Walluku 0.15 to 0.65. and Lahaina 0.00; OAHU
Koolauloa, Ewa and Walanae 0.00. Koolaupcko 0.30 to 1.33, and Hono
lulu 0.01; KAUAI no lalnfall, and MOLOKAI Molokal 0.05.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature ana
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 71.9" 1.43 Inches.
Maul 72.2' 1.41 Inches.
Oihu 72.5 0.23 Inch.
Kauai 71.9 0.00 Inch.
Molokal 74.5" 0.05 Inch.
Entire Group 71.2" 1.01 Inches.
At the local office of the United States Weather Bureau in Honolulu
cool weather obtained during the first four days followed by unseason
ably high day and night temperatures. Clear td partly cloudy weather
pievalled, with 0.01 Inrh of rainfall on the 20th , 0.02 less than dur
ing the preceding week, and 1.19 Inches below the normal for the week.
The maximum temperature was 83 , minimum C5 , and mean 73.6", 0.1"
below the normal, and 2.1 lower than last week's. The mean daily
relative humidity varied from 60 to 78 , and the mean for the week
was 72.4 . Easterly winds prevailed on the 20th and northeasterly on
the remaining dates, with an average hourly velocity of 3.4 miles an
unusually small average. The mean dally barometer ranged from 30.00
to 30.10 Inches, and the mean for the week, 33.04, was 0.07 above the
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Nnlc: Tlio flRUres following tlio name of station Indicate) tlio
d.ito ft Itli which the neck's renoit closed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch UM Haiti iimoimtinK to 1.14 Indies full on two il.itos,
.-' Inch mint- Hum iIiiiIiik Hip jm-reillni; week. A. Mntm.
Kohala Mission (19) flip menu tciiipiTatiiro was 70.7. mid the
rainfall ulilrli occurred on the llrst tltrt'o iIiiIpb 1.S9 InrlicK. l.nn
moro than lam ucuk's. and 72 Inch alinvo tlio uxerajuv Dr. II. D. Iluitd.
Kohala Mill (IS) .Mcastliablo rain full on four clatos and amounted
tn I.R'J incite. 1.1" uioru than the pruilotix week's, and . Inch nlio.u
Hie neriiK". The mean temperature wax 7-.3. T. II. l.lllle.
Nlulll (IS) Tlio iiioiui tcniicr.itme nan 7lM. Ifciln fell on two
I'ntes and amounted In 1.94 Indies', I 09 unite than Inst uuok'x, and .SS
Inch alioie the mor.iKe. ! C. l'nolow.
Kukuihaele MS) Ruin fell on lite first four ilaten mid amounted to
2 07 liichiM. l.'JD more than iltirltiK tl'o liuteilliiK w,eek. Tho mean
temperature was 7.14. II. T. Unrclay.
Honokaa (IS) The mean tcmperatitie was 71.1. Hiiln fell on three
dates and totaled 2.00 Inches. l.r,." more than last week's, nml .47 Inch
tiliovo the u(,rtifii'. I V. KiftiilKcn '
Paauhau (15) Hnln fell on three dntes and amounted to S.fld Inches,
1 SS more than tlio pteloits week's, and .01 Inch' ahoo the iivuraKC.
Tlio mean temperaluri was "3.i;. Louis Wilson.
Laupahoehoe (181 Showers occulted on three nlKhts urtil totaled
2.D." Inches. .33 Inch less than the nieniKi', and 1.00 mora than duiliiK
tho preceding week K. V. ll.it nard.
Honohlna (IS) There weto three dates with rainfall, which amount
ed to 1.S1 Inches. 2.'i3 less than the ineraKu, mid .32 Inch moro Ihan
ilurinK the prriloits week Win. M. I'rasur. ,
Hakalau (18) Tho menu tcnipernttiie was 72.1, and tho rainfall
vhlclt occurred un the llrst four dates .74 Inch, 2.(13 Inches less than
tho nveraffo. J. Tracer.
Pepcekeo (18) Showers occurred on thico dates and nninuietl to
Mil Inches. 1.2' less thnii tho average, and .81 Inch moro than htBt
week's. I'epeekeo SiiKar Co.
Papalkou (18) Haiti fell on four dates and amounted to 1.12 Inches. ,
.1.111 below the nveraKO. and .79 Inch lefs than durliiK tho preceding
week. II. Molr '
Hllo (IS) Tho mean lempcrntttro wns 73.fi. Showers occurred on
tin en dates and totaled .Til Inch, ,Qi less than lust week's, a'ml 2.12
Inches below the aveiaKo. I.. C. Lyman.
Ponahawal (18) Showers occuried on four dates and amounted to
.08 Inch. The mean teniperntiiro was li9..'. .!. K, Oaniallelson.
Kapoho (IS) The mean temperature was 72.0. mid tho rainfall
which occuried on thrco daks -LIB Inches. .79 Inch below tho aver
iigf, nnd .7H more tlinn last week's. II. .1. Lymnn.
Kaueleau (17) Showers occuried on the llrst four dales and totaled
.'.i!i Inch. 1 SPi- Inches less than during Iho preceding week. Tlio mean
iciupoiatiiie was tiS 5 . L !. Tumor.
Naalshu (17) Haiti fell on threo dales and amounted to .(IS Inch,
.51) below the nwrngc. nnd .HI moro than tho previous week's. C.
Kealakekua (17) Tho mean tcmperntino was 72.1. ShowerB oc
i lined on tliteu dates nnd iiuiniiuted to .H.'i Inch, .3D lens than tho
axerae. and .57 moio than List week's. Sitni'l II. Dals.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (IS) Light "trades" ptovullcd, with much cloudy weather,
and rainfall on three dntes amounting to 1.5!) Inches, .01 inch ubovu
the iicrngc, nnd .32 more than Inst week's. Tho menu tumpcrnturo
was 70.8. D. I). llaldwln.
Huelo (18) The mean temperature wns C8.C,'nnd Iho rainfall
which occuried toi the llrst tlneo dates 2.70 Inches, 1.71 moro than
during tho ptecV'dlng week. .1, L. l'Vitelra.
Nahlku (17) Hnlns occuried on tlio first flic dates and amounted
to 3 I!) Inches, 1 79 more than Iho previous week's. Tlte mean tciu
purnluru wns (',7.2. O O. Jacobs.
Hana (1(1) The mean temperature wnq .73.8V Showers occulted
on three dates and totaled 1.31 Inches, 1.08 moro Hum during thu pre
ceding week. O. O .Cooper.
Kahulul (19) Show cis occurred on two dntes and amounted to .13
Inch, .3,1 less Hum tho average. Tliti mean temperature was 77.fi".
.las. A. llnltle.
Walluku (IS) The mean temperature was 71.8, and the rainfall
which occuried on two dates .05 Inch, that ninoiint moro than thu
pre Ions week's. llrnthcr Prank.
Kaanapall (18) Thete was no rainfall. Hie same ns Inst week's nnd
.17 Inch less tlinu the uvetnge. Tho mean temperature was 73,3.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (191 The menu temperature was 70.0. There was no rain
fall, .1)7 Inch below Iho ncriiKC, and .57 less than lint week's. It. T.
Mnunawlll Ranch (Is) Hnln fell on the first tlneo dales nnd amount
Hi to 1.33 Inches .13 Inch below the average, and .71 more Hum during
Hie piecodlng week. The mean temperature was 71.2. John Herd.
Walmanalo (19) The mean temperature was 73.1. There was .30
Inch of rainfall on the 13lh , ,29 less than last week's, and 1.09 Inchos'
below the average. A, Irvine.
Waiawa (20) The mean temperature was 72.8, nnd the rainfall o.OO,
,20 Inch lens limn dining (he piecodlng week. A. Lliiter.
Ewa (20) There was no rainfall, a deficiency of .70 inch In nvurugo
weekly rainfall, :iiul .01 less than last week's. Tho mean Iciiipcraturu
was 7I.2C. It Mullor
Walanae (19) The mean temperature wns 74.4. and there was no
rainfall, n dellclcncy of .00 Inch lit average weekly amount. V. Meyer.
ISLAND OF KAUAI.
Kcalla (19) Tho mean temperature was 71.4', nnd tlicro wns no
rainfall, .22 Inch less than last week's, mid .80 below Hie ncrage.
MeKee Sugar Co,
Llhue (19) There was no rainfall .43 Inch less than during tho pre
ceding week. Tho menu teinperaturo was 09.4. I.lliuo Plantation .C.n,
Eleele (l!i) Win in rainless wenther obtained, .02 Inch less than
during (he previous week. Mcltrydo Sugar Co.
Makaweli (19) The menti temperature wns 71.8, and there was no
rainfall, .02 indt less than last week's, and .39 below the average.
llnwallnii Sugar Co.
ISLAND OF MOLOKAL
Mapulehu Ranch (19) The moan teinperaturo wn "LB, nnd (ho
rainfall which occurred on the 13th .03 Inch, .11 loss (h.in dining tho
preceding week. C. C. Conrndt.
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