The Maui upcountry Kula Weather could be called an 'average weather'. Average in terms of temperatures, sun and rain. Average in terms of attraction.
The entire leeward Maui upcountry area is affected by this kind of weather. Tourists are more attracted by Lahaina and Kihei's dry and sunny weather. But locals do appreciate the upcountry comfort.
Map of Maui's Microclimates - Kula Region
It's still warm but the air is cooler, especially at night. Kula and the surroundings do get a little more rain than the leeward lowlands, but it's nothing compared to windward's precipitations.
If you plan on visiting Haleakala, staying a few days upcountry is a great choice. You will save on driving time and still be very close to Kihei's beaches without having to endure the crowd. As a bonus, you will get the best panoramic view of the beautiful West Maui Mountains.
Here are the Kula latest weather conditions and forecast. If the conditions don't seem too good, don't worry. The weather vary a lot locally and the forecasts are just not precise enough to give you the real picture.
The mornings are usually clear. Clouds begin to form during the day on the Haleakala slopes, progressively coming down to Maui upcountry area.
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