Q: What is the coldest month in Hawaii?
A: The coldest month in Hawaii is generally February. Here's the climate data for the coldest month in Hilo and Honolulu (the two most populated locations in the state):
- Average February low: 66.1°F (18.9°C)
- Average February high: 80.5°F (26.9°C)
- Average February low: 63.5°F (21.8°C)
- Average February high: 78.8°F (17.5°C)
Q: What is the hottest month in Hawaii?
A: The hottest month in Hawaii varies by location; for example, Honolulu is hottest in August, and Hilo is hottest in September. Here's the climate data for those locations:
- Average August low: 75.1°F (23.9°C)
- Average August high: 89.1°F (31.7°C)
- Average September low: 69.7°F (20.9°C)
- Average September high: 83.3°F (28.5°C)
Unlike most other states, Hawaii's climate is consistent year-round; for example, the difference between Honolulu's coldest and hottest month is only 8.6°F (4.8°C).