The island of Oahu is divided into five regions with varying climates. They are: South Shore, Windward Oahu, Central Oahu, Leeward Oahu, and North Shore.
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Central Oahu is located in the middle of the island between the Waianae and Koolau Mountain Ranges. It includes Wahiawa, Waipio, Mililani, and Schofield Barracks. The areas at elevation are normally cooler than the rest of the island.
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Leeward Oahu is located on the west side of the island, and is normally hot and dry. There are many rural, old-hawaii villages, along with excellent beaches along the coast.
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The North Shore of Oahu is as far away from the urban areas of the island as you can get. The surf reaches astounding heights here in the winter, and the communities are quiet.
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The South Shore of Oahu covers from Moanalua to Makapuu, and includes Honolulu, Diamond Head, Waikiki and Pearl Harbor. Temperature is normally hot and dry, and does not deviate much from winter to summer.
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Windward Oahu is mostly coastline, along the Koolau Mountain Range and covers from begins at Makapuu to Waimea. Some of the nicest beaches on the island are along this coast, and the temperature is normally warm with frequent tradewinds and passing showers.
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