By Jeff King
Cool, Man! W-A-A-A-Y Cool! to be precise. Temperatures atop Haleakala tonight are expected to skirt the “freezing” range, while low temps on the Big Island will be in the Big Low!
The last big full moon of winter cast a beautiful image across Mauna Kea. Tonight, among winds in excess of 50 miles per hour, look for lows up there in the teens…which, unless out calculator is askew, makes the “feels like” or “windchill factor” somewhere around 754 below zero…or so. IOW, a tad on the cool side.
Tomorrow the spell is expected to ease up a little. This week’s webcast and broadcast edition of Maui TV News – in high definition – will run down another month of – surprisingly – above average amounts of rainfall across the Aloha State…and especially on the Valley Isle.