The Realities of Living in Hawaii!

While we are blessed by our ever-loving Father with this beautiful island we are also grateful to Him for His gifts that keep it so fruitful and abundant in rich green life. Rain glorious rain, even when we get a little or a lot too much!
While the floods in April and the ongoing recovery from them is still very much on our minds, and when we have hurricanes lurking in our oceans we thought it might be a good idea to have a more serious moment and spread the word of an event that may very well prove to be useful to you and your ohana.

On Wednesday, August the 15th, from 5 pm to 6:45 pm at Princeville Public Library you can attend a FREE talk on Winter Weather Patterns In Hawaii And The Upcoming Wet Season.

In it, ‘National Weather Service meteorological expert Gregory Hall will present a lecture on severe weather. The lecture will allow an in-depth look at Hawaiʻi’s weather throughout during the winter and wet season, which generally runs from September through February. Mr. Hall will also cover in-depth the weather system that caused the historic flooding last spring and how we can recognize if a similar pattern has the potential to develop again.

Gregory Hall is the Meteorologist in Charge, NWS Kauaʻi Office. He specializes in tropical weather analysis and prediction, including hurricanes. Mr. Hall has forecast weather on every continent except Antarctica and has spent 14 years on Kauaʻi, 2 years in Guam and 21 years as a Meteorologist in the U.S. Air Force.

This lecture is made possible by the National Weather Service, the Friends of the North Shore Library at Princeville and the Princeville Public Library. Mahalo to Jean Souza for her assistance in coordinating this program.’

‘All programs are subject to change. If you require an auxiliary aid or accommodation due to a disability, please contact the library at least 7 days before the program date.’

Call Princeville Public Library fro more info on 826-4310, or click here for the website.

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