Is Hilo's motto.
Hawaii's second 2016 autumn rain fest is underway, with a month's worth of rain expected to fall over the couse of just a few days.
Archived in the chart below is the rainfall totals for Hilo (located on the east side of the Big Island) during that rain fest.
|November 30, 2016||1.88 inches||3.85 inches (1968)|
|December 1, 2016||4.19 inches||4.79 inches (1991)
|December 2, 2016||4.09 inches||9.33 inches (1970)|
|December 3, 2016||1.20 inches||2.03 inches (2001)|
|December 4, 2016||0.63 inches||2.12 inches (1968)|
|December 5, 2016||1.83 inches||3.02 inches (1957)|
Hilo normally experiences 11.57 inches of rain throughout the entire month of December. At the current rate, that total could be matched in just a few days.
December 6, 2016 update: 11.94 inches of rain fell on Hilo from December 1 through 5. This surpasses that locations normal December total!