Not really. Though it shares a similar latitude with more humid climates, Hawaii is far less humid than say, central Florida. It is not uncommon for humidity to sustain levels between 50 and 70 percent, which can be kind of high. The trade winds do a lot to keep humidity from building up or becoming unbearable. Many homes in Hawaii do not bother with AC because of the tradewinds ability to offset the humidity.
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