Monday, February 6, 2017

Kona Winds

Winds are blowing Kona today, which means that instead of the usual Trade Wind direction (coming from the northeast) they are blowing out of the southwest.

Big 10,000 foot high mount Haleakala is to my immediate northeast, so it normally blocks the weather brought in by the trade winds. Usually it is sunny, dry and warm here. But today, showers have been continuously passing through, and rain has been alternating constantly with sunshine. How strange for us. One minute it is pouring rain and the next it is sunny. But at least we have been getting lots and lots of rainbows.

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