Tuesday, March 15, 2005
Chilly northern air
should depart by midweek
Don't put your parka and earmuffs away just yet.
The current spell of cold weather is being caused by a series of low-pressure systems that have been passing closer to the islands than normal, National Weather Service lead forecaster Jonathan Hoag said.
Yesterday's high temperature at Honolulu Airport of 75 degrees is 6 degrees lower than the mean high temperature for March. The morning's low temperature of 63 degrees is 4 degrees below the mean low temperature for March.
So they had to wear pants and a jacket today. Tooooo bad they're in paradise, yeah.