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O‘ahu Community Heat Map

On August 31, 2019, the O‘ahu Community Heat Assessment, lead by the City & County of Honolulu Office of Climate Change, Sustainability & Resiliency and community volunteers, collected heat and humidity data across O‘ahu in one of the largest heat campaigns of the year. In early February 2020, the group released their results and promoted their story to local press.

Interactive Heat Map of O'ahu


PRINT/WEB

Mayor says 2019 was Oahu’s hottest year ever and shares heat index mapping results

Where Were O‘ahu’s Hottest Spots on the Hottest Day in 2019?

Honolulu Has Mapped Just How Hot Oahu Is Now

TV/WEB

It’s official: 2019 was Honolulu’s hottest year on record

2019 deemed the hottest year ever on record for O'ahu

2019: a year of record heat for Oahu

WATCH: Mayor Kirk Caldwell discusses record high temperatures on Oahu in 2019

Honolulu saw its hottest year ever recorded in 2019

RADIO/WEB

Oʻahu Experienced Hottest Year On Record In 2019

 


 

NIHHIS is made possible by our participating agencies.

ASPR


CDC


EPA

FEMA


NIOSH


NOAA

OSHA


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The Urban Heat Island Citizen Science Campaigns are made possible by:

SMV


CAPAHeatWatch


NOAA

NIHHIS is made possible by our participating agencies.

ASPR


CDC


EPA

FEMA


NIOSH


NOAA

OSHA


SAMHSA

 

 

 

 

NIHHIS Headquarters

Address: 1315 East-West Hwy, Suite 1100
Silver Spring, MD 20910

About Us

The NIHHIS is an integrated system that builds understanding of the problem of extreme heat, defines demand for climate services that enhance societal resilience, develops science-based products and services from a sustained climate science research program, and improves capacity, communication, and societal understanding of the problem in order to reduce morbidity and mortality due to extreme heat. The NIHHIS is a jointly developed system by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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