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Hawaii weekly crop weather report for July 15, 2012

Trade wind weather dominated Hawaii Island this week. Light showers and intermittent overcast skies were observed windward. While leeward areas were mostly dry and hazy throughout the week. Overall, light scattered rains with some sunshine benefited crop and pasture conditions. A wildfire in Ka`u kept firefighters busy at the end of the week. Some acres […]

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Hawaii Weekly Crop Weather Report for May 13, 2012

A front to the north of the islands diminished trade winds throughout the week, bringing light rain and sunny days to most windward areas and an increase in precipitation for many leeward areas of the Big Island. Rains decreased later in the week, with the trades culminating in a beautiful, sunny weekend.

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This week was fairly dry island-wide until rains picked up in windward areas over the weekend with strengthening trade winds. The highest recorded 24- hour rainfall total was 1.90 inches on Sunday at the Kawainui Stream gage in the north Kamuela area. The light rains coupled with intermittent sun continued to encourage growth in windward areas.

Hawaii’s drought conditions hold steady as days lengthen

This week was fairly dry island-wide until rains picked up in windward areas over the weekend with strengthening trade winds. The highest recorded 24- hour rainfall total was 1.90 inches on Sunday at the Kawainui Stream gage in the north Kamuela area. The light rains coupled with intermittent sun continued to encourage growth in windward […]

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Last week’s weather was generally very mild in comparison to the previous week. The northern counties of Kauai and Oahu continued to receive heavy showers early in the week, remnants from the storm the week prior. By Thursday, skies were slowly starting to clear with light and passing showers over the northern islands.

Hawaii Crop Weather Report: Improved Weather Conditions

Last week’s weather was generally very mild in comparison to the previous week. The northern counties of Kauai and Oahu continued to receive heavy showers early in the week, remnants from the storm the week prior. By Thursday, skies were slowly starting to clear with light and passing showers over the northern islands.

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Leeward and the Ka`u District continue to suffer dry weather conditions. Leeward Kona showers resulted in slightly improved drought ratings in that area. Coffee harvest activities continued with no weather related delays island-wide. The Waimea Irrigation System water level was marked at 48 feet on Friday, October 7th; no change from the previous week’s reading. The current conservation status is unrestricted.

Much needed rain fell on windward side of Big Island

Leeward and the Ka`u District continue to suffer dry weather conditions. Leeward Kona showers resulted in slightly improved drought ratings in that area. Coffee harvest activities continued with no weather related delays island-wide. The Waimea Irrigation System water level was marked at 48 feet on Friday, October 7th; no change from the previous week’s reading. […]

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During the week skies were partly cloudy with light showers, mostly located on the windward coast. Laupahoehoe received the most rain, with the weekly total coming in at 1.12 inches. Highlighting dry conditions, a major brush fire on the Big Island continued to burn this week on the Pohakuloa Training Area. The fire, which has been burning for over a week had consumed nearly 1,400 acres, and had not yet been completely contained as of the end of the week. High winds, low humidity, and dry conditions during the week increased the intensity of the fire.

Hawaii Crop Weather Report

During the week skies were partly cloudy with light showers, mostly located on the windward coast. Laupahoehoe received the most rain, with the weekly total coming in at 1.12 inches. Highlighting dry conditions, a major brush fire on the Big Island continued to burn this week on the Pohakuloa Training Area. The fire, which has […]

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Rainfall continued to be poor, with water gauges relatively unchanged from last week’s sub one-inch totals. The Big Island received most of its light showers over the weekend while all other islands experienced their showers early in the week with little to no moisture in the latter half of the week.

Low rainfall and red flag warnings highlight Hawaii’s crop weather report

Rainfall continued to be poor, with water gauges relatively unchanged from last week’s sub one-inch totals. The Big Island received most of its light showers over the weekend while all other islands experienced their showers early in the week with little to no moisture in the latter half of the week.

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