The following pages are the climatic data for the four main National Weather Service stations located in the main Hawaiian Islands. This data reflects observations taken during the period 1947 to the present. Please be sure to check the date of the latest update on each page for timeliness. The daily records for each station are presented, which include the lowest and highest values for the maximum temperature, minimum temperature, precipitation, and wind speed. These extremes are highlighted in yellow. Wind speeds are in miles per hour (MPH).


PHNL Honolulu - (21.3N 157.9W)

The capitol city of Honolulu is located the southwest facing shore of the southeast corner of the island of O`ahu. Daily observations are taken at the Honolulu International Airport. Click here for a more complete description of this site.

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PHLI Lihue - (22.0N 159.4W)

The city of Lihue is located on the southeast coast of the island of Kaua`i. Kaua`i is the northermost of the main Hawaiian Islands. Daily observations are taken at the Lihue Airport. Click here for a more complete description of this site.

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PHOG Kahului - (20.9N 156.4)

The city of Kahului is located on the north facing shore of the island of Maui. It is nestled in the "saddle" between the West Maui Mountains and Haleakala. Daily observations are taken at the Kahului Airport. Click here for a more complete description of this site.

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PHTO Hilo - (19.7N 155.0W)

The city of Hilo is located on the southern portion of the northeast facing shore of the island of Hawai`i. It is more affectionately known as "The Big Island" to residents and frequent visitors. The Big Island is also home to Mauna Kea, whose summit hosts a network of world class astronomical telescopes. Daily observations are taken at General Lyman Field. Click here for a more complete description of this site.

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