Weather in Haleakala
Haleakala National Park has a vertical relief of over 10,000 feet beginning down at the Pacific Ocean and going up to the summit of Haleakala. There is no such thing as typical weather for the park. The statistics in the table below are taken from Hana, near the coastal Kipahulu area. However, the Haleakala summit area is a totally different climate. The temperature is an average of 20-25°F cooler than the coast, and is much drier. In either area, weather can change extremely fast, and visitors must be prepared for the complete range of conditions at any given time. With the variations, any current conditions info is of limited value. What is shown below are conditions at Hana, near the Kipahulu area of the park.
Averages and Records at Haleakala
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All temperatures are reported in Fahrenheit. All precipitation is reported in inches.