Dry season ends: E. Hawaii lacked rain while W. Hawaii saw above-average rainfall
The last month of the dry season was emphatically so for the windward Big Island, and the National Weather Service’s only official rain gauge to measure rainfall in double-digits in September was in Kona’s coffee belt, which experiences its rainy season in the summer.
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