leaving on sunday for Kauai/Maui

Nov 10th, 2004, 01:20 PM
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leaving on sunday for Kauai/Maui

I was supposed to be going this past August for my honeymoon, but it was postponed to this Sunday-November. Now, I am checking the weather and it looks like rain every single day on both islands. Someone, please tell me they are quick, showers. Ones that pass right over???
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Nov 10th, 2004, 02:01 PM
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An excellent Hawaii weather website is at www.hawaiiweathertoday.com. Be sure to click on "Glenn's Weather Narrative." He gives a lot of detailed info about weather patterns over the islands, with a focus on Maui.
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Nov 10th, 2004, 04:27 PM
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I have heard of no calls for rain here on Maui for next week, other than the usual 20% chance of rain that we have in every day's forecast, and that rain is almost always on the windward side of the island. On his show this morning, Glenn James called for some showers on Saturday, and the trades combined with high morning temperatures will bring in afternoon clouds, but that is typical weather for us.
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Nov 10th, 2004, 04:46 PM
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"Chili today-Hot tamale"!

D'babs-I've been thru both on Kauai. We went one year for 21 days (Dec/Jan) and it never rained once to where we couldn't do anything. We've been very lucky. "Kauai Karma".

They have been getting a lot of rain lately.

No guarantees on Kauai weather!

For weather on Kauai:
wwwa.accuweather.com/

Type in the zip code of Lihue and it gives you some good info.

OR, www.kauaiworld.com/

I'm STILL trying to figger' out "Why Kauai"!!! :-"

48 mo' days to make sure again!
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Nov 11th, 2004, 06:58 AM
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There is usually one spot on Kauai that is always dry. Poipu is usually drier than Princeville, and the locals say if you drive west, you will find sun. I just got back from Kauai, and we had more rain than on prior visits. Having said that, most of the time the showers were brief. Have fun.
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Nov 11th, 2004, 07:28 AM
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"No Rain...No ".

We've seen triple rainbows a few times and it made the whole trip worthwhile.

Where on the Garden Isle will you be staying?

All in all, I'd rather have the rain than "Vog"!
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