The Hawaiian Islands are generally thought to experience near-perfect weather year-round — at least to those who don’t live here. For locals, however, we understand the nuances of Hawaii’s changing weather, and how drastically different the wet season can be from the dry season, and even from year to year. A few weeks ago, the National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration issued a wet season rainfall outlook for the state of Hawaii for October 2017 through April 2018 — and depending on where you live and whether you love or hate rain, this could be either good or bad news. Let’s take a look:

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It looks like we might get to see more of these 9 Hawaiian waterfalls that only come out when it’s raining this year. Oh, and here are 13 things to do when it’s raining in Hawaii.

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