Record High Temp Tied at Kahului on Monday

December 11, 2013, 8:11 AM HST · Updated December 11, 8:12 AM
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Life in Kahului was returning to normal after an overnight tsunami warning that forced the evacuation of low-lying areas. On Sunday morning, October 28, 2012, activity at Kahului Harbor was minimal, with no visible signs of damage along the shoreline fronting the Hawaiian Canoe Club. Photo by Wendy Osher,

Kahului, file photo by Wendy Osher.

By Wendy Osher

A record high temperature of 88 degrees was recorded in Kahului on Monday, tying an old record set for the same day in 1952, according to data compiled by the National Weather Service.

NWS forecasters say today calls for sunny skies with highs near 85 degrees and lows tonight around 64.

The high temperature comes two weeks after record low temperatures recorded in Kahului, Maui.

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The National Weather Service recorded a record low temperature of 60 degrees on Monday, Nov. 25 in Kahului, tying the old record set for the same day in 1972 and 1951.

The NWS also recorded a low temperature of 59 degrees at Kahului Airport on Sunday, Nov. 24, tying the old record set for the same day in 1972.

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