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Maui Weather Forecast

The weather in Maui is different in each region of the island. You'll find that the East side is far more humid than Lahaina. You'll find that Kihei/Wailea area rains only a fraction as much as the Iao Valley (see what to do if it rains in Maui). Weather patterns in each area are respectively fairly similar year round. The South side of Maui is the driest and the sunniest. Hana is the wettest. Upcountry and the Haleakala Crater are the coldest.



 

Hawaii Tsunamis

Hawaii is located in the middle of the most dramatic environment on the planet. Being further away from any content than any other island in the world makes the Hawaiian Islands susceptible to all kinds of natural occurences.

Among these natural phenomena are Tsunamis, Hurricanes, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, floods, snow, drought, and any other weather episode you can think of.

After the Tsunami that hit South East Asia after Christmas of 2004, everyone has become awfully aware of the particular devastation a tsunami can have on local populations. Hawaii has never experienced quite as horrific a tsunami as that one, but it has had its fair share. Because of this, Hawaii is equipped with tsunami warning systems around populated coastal areas. You may see large yellow speakers up high on poles near the beach. Many of them are now set up for solar power. These are tested monthly on the first day of the month; so don't be "alarmed" when they're testing.

To view any current warnings go to the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center.

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Hawaii Tsunami History

1946

A 7.1 earthquake hit the Aleutian Islands sending a massive tsunami towards the Big Island of Hawaii on April 1st. It killed 159 people and caused over 26 million dollars in damage.

1952

An 8.2 earthquake off of the Kamchatka Peninsula in the former USSR generated a tsunami on November 4th that caused close to a million dollars in damage, but no one was killed.

1957

Another earthquake from the Aleutian Islands sent a tsunami that caused approximately 5 million dollars in damage on March 9th.

1960

An 8.3 earthquake from Chile killed 61 people in Hilo, Hawaii on May 23rd and caused over 23 million dollars in damage.

1975

Off the coast of the Big Island on November 29th, an earthquake generated a tsunami killing 2 campers at Halape Beach Park.

2010

We had a little scare in the beginning of 2010, but nothing came of it other than some irregular tides.

Though the possibility of a Maui tsunami disaster is possible, it's far less likely due to island blocking. Still, it's best to be prepared and aware of where to evacuate if a tsunami hits Maui.



 


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