Public schools plan to open Monday, latest rainfall totals

Despite the weather, all public schools throughout the state plan to be open Monday.

With heavy rain continuing mainly on Oahu and Kauai, the National Weather Service in Honolulu released data on rainfall totals as of 12:34 p.m. Sunday gathered from rain gauges and measured starting from Friday afternoon.

Some of the more noteworthy totals across Hawaii:

Kauai
Mt. Waialeale – 5.02 inches
Kilohana Ridge – 3.95
Wailua Ditch – 3.24

Oahu
Manoa Lyon Arboretum – 8.43 inches
Poamoho Ridge – 6.16
Moanalua – 5.74
Waihee Pump – 5.44
St. Stephen’s Seminary – 4.88
Upper Nuuanu – 4.80
Maunawili – 4.46
Kunia Substation – 4.42
Punaluu Stream – 4.25
Palolo Fire Station – 4.18
Moanalua Stream – 4.12
Niu Valley – 3.97
Lualualei – 3.84
Honolulu Airport – 3.78
Waipio Heights – 3.73
Olomana Fire Station – 3.65
Waiahole Stream, Aloha Tower, and Wheeler AAF – 3.60

Hawaii Island
Keaumo – 11.67 inches
Kulani NWR – 8.61
Pali 2 – 8.02
Kapapala Ranch – 7.62
Hilo Airport – 5.34
Mauna Loa Slope Observatory – 5.32
Saddle Road Quarry – 5.17
Pua Akala – 4.75
Pahala – 4.59
Piihonua – 4.39
Waiakea-Uka – 4.25
Mountain View – 3.97
Pahoa Beacon – 3.94

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