|By: Paul S. Cilwa||Viewed: 4/17/2021
|Topics/Keywords: #Coronavirus #Maui||Page Views: 147|
|Even the dry parts of the island are drenched.|
As I may have mentioned in a post or two for the past few months that winter is Maui's rainy season. Half of Maui gets most its rain; the western half is in the rain shadow of towering Mount Haleakala. But this week the winds shifted slightly, and normally-dry Kahului got drenched, as did even Lahaina.
I was Doordashing and car camped at Papalaua Beach as I generally do. In the morning I discovered I was lucky not to have floated away in the night.