Originally Posted by Asagi
It's from Wikipedia which may not be totally accurate but it's close. Where in Hawaii at sea level has record lows in the 40s?
According to the book “Extreme Weather” (Burt-2008)…the record low in the Hawaiian Islands are:
Honolulu – 49 F (2/9/1981)
Hilo – 51 F (2/12/1910)
Kahului – 48 F (1/20/1969)
Lihue – 45 F (1/19/1946).
The text doesn’t list the locations (sea level or highland?).
The United States Virgin Islands are not listed. However, the lowest temp I ever saw was around 57 F (14-15 C) in another climate text. Considering the island location in the northeast Caribbean and the low latitude (17- 18 North)…I think anything under 55 F would really be a long shot. Who knows, though, maybe a highland area made it down below that.