Forecasters predict above-average rainfall for Hawaii this winter.
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|Forecasters predict above-average rain for Hawai‘i this winter
Above-average rainfall is being predicted for Hawai‘i’s wet season — good news for a state locked in a prolonged drought. Hawai‘i will be in a La Nina event for a third straight year, which has only happened twice since 1950. Star-Advertiser. Civil Beat. Tribune-Herald. Big Island Video News. Big Island Now. Maui Now. Hawaii News Now.
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