Rather late than never.
The rainy season has started a couple weeks later this year for the east side of the Big Island of Hawaii due to the aftermath of El Niño.
Normally, that location experiences 15.50 inches of rain for the month (an average of 0.52 of an inch of rain per day), but a dry spell brought only 0.04 of an inch of rain from November 1 to 16, 2019.
The much drier conditions resulted in an average daily high of 86.5 degrees Fahrenheit, which is 5.7 degrees warmer than normal.
Although still drier than normal, 0.36 of an inch of rain fell on Hilo yesterday, along with a brief thunderstorm in the early part of the morning.
I enjoy the wetter weather because it's cooler and reduces the amount of people who raises Hell in the town. Win-win.