Wai‘ale‘ale

Mount Waiʻaleʻale is a shield volcano and the second highest point on the island of in the Hawaiian Islands. Its name literally means "rippling water" or "overflowing water" The mountain, at an elevation of 5,148 feet, averages more than 373 inches of rain a year since 1912, with a record 683 inches in 1982; its summit is one of the rainiest spots on earth.
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