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WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
There was more rainfall .than during latt week generally over tho
Ccctlon, yet the gre?t majority of stations hiving a record of ten or
more years repcrt'less rainfall than the average, and rain Is greatly
needed In some districts.
The following are the departures from the average of ten or more
years, In Inches, In the several districts of tho different Islands: HA
WAII North Hllo 0.53 to 0.80, Hamakua 1.55, (No reports re
celved from the North Hllo district), South Hllo 2.85 to 3.64, Puna
1.45, Kau 0.54 to 0.76, and North Kona 08; MAUI Makawao
1.36, Walluku 0.23, and Lahalna 0 56; OAHU Koolauloa 0.57,
Koolaupoko 0.87 to 1.36, Honolulu 0.17, and Ewa 0.18; and
KAUAI Hanalel 1.00, and Walmea 0.16.
The greatest amounts of rainfall were reported from the Koolaupoko
district of Oahu, where they were from 2 83 to 2.36 Inches, and the
Puna district of Hawaii, where It amounted to 3.29 Inches. The follow
ing are the amounts, In Inches, In the remaining districts: HAWAII
North Kohala 0.35 to 0.65, Hamakua 0.00 to 0.13, South Hllo 0.10 to 0.54,
Kau 0.57 to 0.66. South Kona 0.18, and North Kona 0.10; MAUI Ma
kawao 0.20 to 0.29, Hana 0.33 to 1.12, Walluku O.OO to 0.31, and La
halna 0.C0; OAHU Koolauloa 0.35, Honolulu 0.76. and Ewa 0.48 to 0.53;
KAUAI Hanalel 0.69, Llhue 0.93, Koloa 0.79, and Walmea 0.73, and
MOLOKAI Molokal 0.24 to 0.70.
The mean temperatures were markedly lower than those of the
piecedlng week In the Llhue and Walmea districts of Kauai, the Molokal
district of Molokal, on the windward side of Oahu, In the Lahalna and
portions of the Walluku districts of Maul; and higher In the South Hllo,
Puna, Kau and North Kona districts of Hawaii.
The following special features were reported: Kchala Mission, Ha
waii the atmosphere filled with volcanic smoke throughout the week,
and denser after the 1st; Kapoho a very heavy thunderstorm occurred
on the evening of the 1st, attended with very heavy rainfall for four
hours; Naalehu, Hawaii a severe thunderstorm occurred on the first,
followed by an earthquake; Kaanapall, Maul, a thunderstorm passed to
the southwest at 8:30 p, m. of the 1st; Maunawlll Ranch, Oahu 2.60
Inches of rain fell In the 24 hours ending on the morning of the 3rd;
Makawell, Maul a thunderstorm occurred on the 2nd.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii "72.7 0.53 Inch.
Maul 72.3 0.30 Inch.
Oahu 72.8 1.30 Inches.
Kauai 71.2 0.78 Inch.
Molokal 73.4 0.47 Inch.
Entire Croup 72.5' 0.63 Inch.
At the local office of the United States Weather Bureau In Honolulu
clear weather obtained during the first three days, followed by cloudy,
with measurable rainfall on the last three dates amounting to 0.76 inch,
0,17 belcw the normal, and 0.76 more then during the preceding week.
The maximum temperature was 81, minimum 67, and mean 74.0,
0.7 above the normal, and 0.5 lower than last week's. The mean
dally relative humidity varied from 70 to 83, and the mean for the
week was 77.0 ' about 7 above normal. Northeast winds prevailed
on the first three days, east on the next two, and southeast on the re
mainder, with an average hourly tcIm.ii or 7.U miles, ine mean dally
barometer ranged from 2936 to 30.02 Inches, and the mean for the
week, 29.93, was 0.04 Inch below normal, 'N
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Kate: Tlio figures following the name of station Indlcato the
dutu with which tho week's report closed.)
I8LAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (2) Ilnln fell on two dates mid amounted to .ftl Inch.
- A. .Mason,
Kchala Mission (3) Tlio mean tPiuncrature was 71.7. and tho rain
fall which occurred on throu dates .33 Inch, .80 below tho averaKu,
and .21 lens than tho pievlous week's. Dr. 11. I). Iloml.
Kohala Mill (2) Showers occurred on four dates and totaled .G5 Inch,
.53 nioiu than hist week's, and i3 less than tho average. Tho mean
temperature was 73.fi. T. 11. I.lllle.
Niulll (2) Tho mean temperature was 72.fi. Haln fell on threo
dates und amounted to 47 Inch " less than the average, and .43 moru
than the previous week's. V, C. I'aetow.
Kukulhaele (2) There was .IT. Inch of rainfall on tho 30th that
amount moru than durtni; the preceding week. The mean tempcrntute
was 73.5. II. T, llaiclay. "
Honokaa (1) The mean temperature was 72.C. nnd there was no
rainfall, the samn as last week's, and 1.53 Inches below the average.
I'. V. Kniidsen.
Honohlna (2) Showers occurred on three dates and amounted to
.14 Inch, .03 less than during the prebedlng week, and 3.28 laches below
Hid average. Win. M. Kraser.
Papalkou (2) Measurable rnln fell on four dates and amounted to
.54 Inch, ,18 mora thnn the previous week's, and 3.G4 Inches less than
tho avcrage.r-Juhn T. Moir.
Hllo (2) Tlio mean temperature was 4.4. nnd tho rainfall which
occurred on two dates .10 Inch, .11 less than last week's, and 2.85
inches below tho average. L. C. I.yman.
Ponahawal (2) Showers occurred on three dates and amounted to
.23 Inch. .03 moru than during tho preceding week. Tho mean tem
perature was 71.0. J. E. Qnmallelson.
Kapoho (2) The mean temperature was 72.8', nnd tho rainfall
which occurred on the hist flo dates 3.29 Inches, 1,45 above the
average, nnd 2.81 more than hist week's. In tho 24 hours ending on
the mottling of tho 1st there was 2.95 Inches of rainfall. II. J. Lyman.
Pahala 1) There was .57 Inch of rainfall on tho 1st .53 more
than last week's, and .76 less than the nverage. Tho mean temper
aluru was 70,fi. Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
Naalehu (1) There was .fifi Inch of rainfall on the 1st, .51 less
thnn tho average for the week C, II. White.
Kealakekua (2) Showers occurred on tlio Inst two dates and amount
I'd to .18 inch, that amount more than during the prccpdlng week.
Kealakekua (1) The mean Icmpcratum was 74.0, nnd tho rainfall
which occurred on tho lntt dnte ,10 Inch, .08 moro than lust week's,
nnd ,SS less thnn the average Itov; Sam'l II. Davis.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (2) Light "trades" and varlablo winds prevailed, with much
cloudy weather, nnd measurable rainfall on three dates amounting to
,20 Inch, .49 less thnn last wcek'B, nnd 1.3fi Inches below tho average.
The mean temperature was 71.4. D. I). Baldwin.
Huelo (2) Tho mean temieratiiro was fi9.S Showers occurred on
threo dates and totaled .29 inch, .78 less thnn during the preceding
week. Jos. L. I'crrlcru.
Nahlku (1) Ituln fell on four dates nnd amounted to 1.12 Inches.
1.08 moro than during the previous week. Tlio mean temperature was
C7.4. C. O. Jacobs,
Hana (30) The mean temperature was 74.0.and tho rainfall which
recurred on three dates .33 Inch, .29 moro than last week's. d. O.
Puunene (2) Ilnlnless weather continued, with a mean tempcraturo "
of 71.3. Win. Soarby. -
Kahulul (3) Showers occurred on threo dates and amounted to .31
Inch, .23 less than tho average for the week. Tho mean teimieruturu
was 72.8'. .las. A. Huttle.
Walluku (2) Tho mean temperature wns 73.0. Thero was .13 Inch
of rainfall on the lsl , that amount more than during tho preceding
week. tlrutlicr I'lnnk.
Kaanapall (2) Thero was no rainfall, no chaugo from last week, and
a deficiency of ,5fi Inch ns compared with the average. The mean
temperature was 73.6. Wm. Hobb,
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (3) The moan temperature wns 71.4', nnd tho rainfall on
tho 3rd .35 loch .25 more than last week'u, and ,57 Ie3s than the
average. H. T. Chilflop'iciron.
Maunawlll Ranch (3) Mensurable rain fell on three tlntes execu
tively heavy on the 3rd and amounted to 2 S3 Inches, 2.C6 moro than
llto preceding week's, and .87 Inch above tho uvorngo, Tho mean tern.
prature was 71.8. John Herd,
Walmanato (3) Tho mean temperature was 73.4, and tho rainfall
which occurred on tho last three dates, and was very heavy on tho
2nd2.80 Inches, 1.30 ahovp the overage, nnd 2.79 moro than laBt week's.'
, 1 ,Walawa (4) Tlio rainfall was .48 Inch. A. Lister,
Ewa (4) The mean tcnionture was 73.3. Showers occurred on
two dates and amounted to .53 Inch ,18 lers than tho nverago and .53
more than last week's Variable winds obtained southeast and south
prevailing. It. Mullcr' ,
Waianae (.1 lecelved too late to he consldeied In Summary or nver
ages) There was .34 iKcli of rainfall on tho 3n that amount moro
than during the previous week, nnd .32 less than tho average. The
mean tempeiaturu was "3.5. V. Meyer,
ISLAND OP KAUAI. ,
Kllauea (3) The mean teniperaturo was 70.8, and tho rainfall
which occurred en four dales .C9 Inch, 1.00 less than tho ncrnge. !..
11. Horclko. ' :
Llhue CI) Showers occurred on tho Inst three dntcs and totaled .9.1
Inch, .82 more than during the preceding week. Tlio mean tcmpcraluie
was 70.4.' Llhue I'lnntntlnn Co.
Eleele (3) A shower occurred on the 3rd, nnd nmountod to .79 Inch
ol rainfall, ,70 moro than during tho prcvloiu week. McDryde Sugar
Makawell (3) The mean tempcraturo was 72.3. Shon'ors occurrod
on the last two dates nnd totaled .73 Inch, ,1C above tho average, and
,11'J moie than last wcek't, Hnwallan Sugar Co.
- ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
Mapulehu Ranch (3) The mean temperature was 74.2, and tho rain
fall which occutred on two dates .70 Inch, ,33 moro thnn during tho
preceding week. C. C. Conradt.
Molokal Ranch (3) Thero was .21 Inch of rainfall on tho 3rd. Tho
mean temperatuie wns 72.0'. L. II. Ncvln.
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