"The house is hot in the summer in Kona."
Translation:Wela ka hale i ke kau wela ma Kona.
Aloha! It seems it is possible to do that, but I cannot be sure of this. I have used a translation with a different structure from Wela ka hale i ke kau wela ma Kona. (which I would say that sounds very beautiful and musical from my imagination, but perhaps the sentence I have used has also a beautiful rhythm in the word structure), and it was also accepted:
• Wela ka hale (The house is hot) ma Kona (in Kona) i ke kau wela (in the summer) / The house is hot in the summer in Kona.
I hope it helps. :)