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Weather at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is generally wonderful and consistent year-round. Winters tend to be slightly wetter and summers slightly warmer. Night and early morning are refreshingly brisk and can dip into the high 40s. The temperature goes up quickly during the day and is generally warm and comfortable with temperatures below 90. As temperatures and precipitation vary with elevation and location, it is wise to bring warm clothing and a rain jacket. The coastal plain and desert areas are hot, dry and windy while Kilauea summit at 4,000 feet above sea level can be chilly with rain showers. The well-prepared travelers should bring a sweater, rain gear, windbreaker, long pants, close-toe shoes, sunglasses and high UV factor sunscreen.

 

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