5 Things You Need To Know About Kauai Weather!
Kauai's Mt. Waialeale has been promoted by locals as "The Wettest Spot In The World"
Most of Kauai's rain happens at Mt. Waialeale in the early morning hours and rarely hits the coast so don't let the 10 day forecast of scattered showers disappoint.
Read on for 5 truths about Kauai weather
1. Average Temperature on Kauai is 75 to 85 F
The temperature in Kauai averages from 75 to 85 degrees with highs in the peak of summer (July and August) and the lows in winter (December to March). You can thank the temperate climate on Kauai's location and the trade winds which keep the island temps moderate.
2. Rain Showers Will Pass Before Your First Cup Of Coffee
3. Winter On Kauai Has Advantages
What ever you do don't be put off by booking travel plans. November to March is considered the "rainy" and it may rain more than most months. It is not typical to see extended showers unless there is a storm passing through. Most of the forecasted rain typically happens high in the mountain tops.
Winter is the best time of year because this is when the humpback whales are migrating to Hawaii. You can also often find discounts on everything from hotels to cars and the island is far less crowed.
4. It's Always Nice Somewhere On The Island
5. Use HawaiiWeatherToday.com
If you want the most accurate island forecast check out Hawaii Weather Today created by Glenn James, Tropical Weather Analysts. Glenn is a meteorologist on the island of Maui and his been sharing his local knowledge with travelers since 1996, and has a huge local following. Glenn also provides a daily surf report and a weather trip planner on his site. Thanks Glenn!