Where should I go when it rains in Oahu?
10 Best Things to Do in Oahu When it Rains
- Iolani Palace.
- Pearl Harbour Aviation Museum.
- Hawaii Army Museum Society.
- Waikiki Aquarium.
- Honolulu Museum of Art.
- Bishop Museum.
- Diamond Head Theatre.
- Ala Moana Center.
What can you do in Hawaii when it rains?
6 Things to Do on a Rainy Day in Hawaii
- Visit Museums and Galleries. Honolulu Museum of Art, Oahu.
- Have an Indoor Adventure. Photo: Imiloa Astronomy Center.
- Get Above the Clouds. Just outside the Haleakalā Visitor’s Center.
- Seek Sun on the Drier Sides of the Islands.
- Go Shopping!
- Consider the Showers a Blessing.
What to do on the North Shore when it’s raining?
Escape the rain at an indoor play centre.
Does it rain all day in Oahu?
yes during a bad storm rain can last all day, but it is pretty rare. most of the time we just have passing showers, with cloudy overcast skies.
What’s the longest it’s ever rained?
The wettest place on Earth is the village of Mawsynram in Meghalaya, India, which receives 467 inches of rain per year. In terms of a single storm, in 2014, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) confirmed a world record 48-hour rainfall of 98.15 inches on June 15-16, 1995, in Cherrapunji, India.
What do tweens do on a rainy day at home?
10 Classic Rainy Day Activities for Teens
- Put on a skit or play. Acting is a great way to get creative.
- Cook. Activities that involve food are always a hit with teenagers.
- Create a poster.
- Play a classic card game.
- Take in free local culture.
- Go on a scavenger hunt.
- Write a song, story, or a poem.
- Go bowling.
What do families do on a rainy day?
30 Fun Things to Do with Your Kids on a Rainy Day
- Make your own slime. It’s easy, we promise.
- Camp in the great indoors.
- Make marshmallow play dough.
- Create an indoor obstacle course.
- Bake the world’s best chocolate chip cookies.
- Make a papier-mâché bowl.
- Have a movie marathon.
- Make your own fidget spinner.
Why does it rain 2 million years?
While burning coal and sulfur caused high temperatures and the extinction of species before the Triassic, the real culprit behind the two million-year rain were volcanic eruptions. These eruptions, which took place in Western Canada near British Columbia and Alaska lasted for a whopping 5 million years.