Climate of Kona Hawaii

Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii tends to have a different climate profile than the rest of the State, and different from Hilo on the west side of the Big Island.

The Kona coast of Hawaii is the only area in the State where rainfall in the summer exceeds that of the winter. During this summer period, there tends to be a greater chance of early morning and late afternoon showers. There is a nice breeze on land and from the sea. That being said, the Kona coast area is warmer and drier.

Hilo is the more humid and “greener” side of the island, while Kona is dryer. Daytime temperatures rarely vary between a 9 degree farenheit band.

As with most areas of Hawaii, the weather in Kona is very nice!

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