Summer isn't going down without a fight.
While most locations in the Northern Hemisphere are enjoying the cooler autumn weather, Hawaii is enduring their hottest period of the year.
Yesterday, the heat index in my home peaked at 105 degrees Fahrenheit (the air temperature was 93 degrees with a relative humidity of 57 percent).
Today, the heat index in my home peaked at 107 degrees Fahrenheit (the air temperature was 94 degrees with a relative humidity of 56 percent)! This is the second highest heat index I've ever observed in my home.
Unfortunately, the trade winds won't return until late Thursday, or early Friday. The heat gain could potentially worsen by then...