Hawaii Weather

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Hawaii weather can vary depending on the place where you’re staying at. Even over a short distance, Hawaii weather can be different. For instance, on the same day you would find sunny beaches on Oahu and a few miles away in Manoa valley, you would find it rainy.

Hawaii weather is such that, the islands receive enough of both sunshine and rain. However, by observing the trends of the Hawaii weather, rain is more likely to be on the island’s north and east sides as they are the windward sides of the island, as well as the valleys and mountain peaks. Also, according to these observations on Hawaii weather, it is less likely to rain on the coastal areas of the south and west sides of the islands.

Unlike the weather in the rest of the United States, Hawaii weather does not go through true seasons, but the climate varies according to an annual cycle of rainfall.
In Hawaii weather, the wet season has the cooler temperatures with more rainfall and would last approximately from October to March. The dry season in Hawaii weather is much warmer with less rainfall and will last from April to September.

There is also another important season in Hawaii weather that should be given consideration to. This is the hurricane season in the Hawaii islands. This season is from June to November.
There is a rare chance of having bad Hawaii weather of being affected by tropical cyclones. However, hurricanes that are destructive can hit the islands as well.
Yet, the usual Hawaii weather is such that the air is soft and humid and you are bound to notice this as soon as you step out of the plane- it is balmy and warm. The trade winds occurring during the summer also provides a pleasant breeze.

Usually, in Hawaii weather, the day time temperatures can have a range of 27°C during the ‘winter’ time, 31°C in the summer time. The temperatures of the ocean can vary from 25°C during winter to 28°C in the summer time. Hence, in Hawaii weather, there is only a minute difference like 12°C between the highest daytime and lowest night-time temperatures.

In conclusion, besides the necessities such as credit cards, cameras, and other essentials, as a tourist, it is best to keep clothes to a minimum – with walking shoes, sandals and swim gear being a must (if you intend to have a enjoyable Hawaii experience in the good Hawaii weather that is).

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