We have figured out that over the years, there are about 12 days per year that are quite warm. I keep all the fans in there so that if one would break, there are others. I was in San Diego, and at the same time, it was really hot here. Usually, Kahana stays below 80 degrees, year round, and if it rains, normally it is at night when the rain can go over the mountains due to the lower night temperature. This is a good site:
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To anyone else reading this, we have a lot of microclimates. This is JUST Kahana, not any other nearby towns. Other areas are hotter due to the West Maui Mountain formations.
It sounds like you did get some hot weather, above 80 degrees from the sound of it. On top of that, if the Tradewinds die down, it can be too warm at times. I live in warm places, so it doesn't bother me on those about 12 days a year.
We used to have air conditioning and the board had it taken out as the guests would actually leave it on and have the doors and windows wide open.
I have to admit, I open the sliding glass doors and window and usually the front door when I arrive. I just leave the open unless I am going somewhere. I was there the week before you, and there were a couple of nights I put a sweater on because it was cold. That is also unusual.
Either way, we do hope you will visit us again. We enjoyed having you as our guests.