Slightly ot, but there's an article in The Washington Post on the extreme weather that Hawaii has been experiencing all year.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/weather/ ... dc8704d3e3Heaviest rain, strongest wind and lowest temperature: Snow in Hawaii follows a year of extreme weather
April 14-15, 2018: National U.S. rainfall record
The rain didn’t let up on the night of April 14, 2018, in Hanalei, Hawaii, a resort town of barely 500 on the northern tip of Kauai. A relentless tropical deluge blasted the island with extreme rainfall. How extreme? A rain gauge in the neighborhood of Waipa picked up an astonishing 49.69 inches from 12:45 p.m. on the 14th to just after noon the next day.
Feb. 10: Strongest wind ever recorded in Hawaii
At 4:40 p.m. local time, a gust of 191 mph was clocked atop the summit of Mauna Kea on the Big Island.
Hurricane season 2018: A trio of storms in Hawaii
Lane was one of three storms that hit Hawaii in the 2018 hurricane season. The August windstorm was preceded by Hector two weeks earlier, which clipped the Hawaiian Islands with gusty winds, dangerous surf and blinding squalls. And about two weeks after Lane, Olivia swung in, marking the first time on record three or more tropical cyclones directly affected the state in a single season.
Also, too: Possible record low; possible most snow.