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Hurricane Dora and the High Winds it Produced.

Dora was a small hurricane that was passing over 500 miles away. Watch the satellite images. Even very large hurricanes produce high winds that can extend as far as 150 miles from the epicenter. Those claims of high winds from the hurricane makes no logical sense. However strange pulsating waves from a separate source were being generated and can be seen by satellite records. The timing of those pulses coincided with the high winds.

Climate Change and Global Warming.

It is the main argument on mainstream media. if true the data would point that out. Yet the weather data below refutes those claims. Temperature has remained the same with normal fluctuations.

 

 

 

Climate change.
Governor Green early on was blaming climate change and global warming for the fires. Look at the objective facts in this video.

Weather History for Lahaina, HI

 

 8/11/2023

 

Minimum Temperature

75.9 °F

Mean Temperature

80.1 °F

Maximum Temperature

86.0 °F

 

https://www.almanac.com/weather/history/HI/Lahaina/2023-08-11

 

 

 8/11/1965

 

Minimum Temperature

75.9 °F

Mean Temperature

82.7 °F

Maximum Temperature

89.1 °F

 

https://www.almanac.com/weather/history/HI/Lahaina/1965-08-11

 

 

 8/11/1953

 

Minimum Temperature

70.0 °F

Mean Temperature

76.9 °F

Maximum Temperature

87.1 °F

 

https://www.almanac.com/weather/history/HI/Lahaina/1953-08-11

 

 8/11/1946

 

Minimum Temperature

72.3 °F

Mean Temperature

81.8 °F

Maximum Temperature

86.4 °F

 

https://www.almanac.com/weather/history/HI/Lahaina/1946-08-11

 

 

 

Temperatures by Decade

 

1960

85 Maximum

80.29 Average

74 Minimum

 

1970

86

80.48 Average

77

 

1980

85

80.87 Average

75

 

1990

85

79 Average

69

 

2000

86

81.81 Average

79

 

2010

84

79.32 Average

74

 

2020

87 Maximum

81.71 Average

77 Minimum

 

Source: https://www.wunderground.com/history/monthly/us/hi/kahului/PHOG/date

 

In 1984 Kahului average temperature was higher than in 2022

 

By decade 

 

The highest temperature ever recorded on the islands was 100 °F (38 °C) on April 27, 1931

https://www.weather.gov/hfo/climate_summary

 

 

Over all on Maui

 

Kula

Record High: 89°F (32°C)

on August 17, 1993

 

Haiku

Record High: 90°F (32°C)

on July 28, 1916

 

Kaanapali

Record High: 95°F (35°C)

on August 22, 1986

 

Makena

Record High: 95°F (35°C)

on November 25, 2010

https://www.plantmaps.com/en/us/climate/extremes/f/hawaii-record-high-low-temperatures

 

 

Kahului Record Highs (no record are shown before 1954)

https://www.extremeweatherwatch.com/cities/kahului/

 

1973

96 °F

October 5

 

1983

96 °F

August 23

 

1994

97 °F

August 31

 

2019

97 °F

September 16

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