Heavy rains subsiding with clearing skies tomorrow…windward showers continue.
A flash flood watch remains in effect until 6 a.m. Thursday for Maui and the Big Island.
At 2:18 p.m., radar showed a stationary area of heavy rain near Huelo.
At 8:42 a.m., rain gauges at Punalu’u pum showed heavy rain falling at one inch per hour near Punalu’u.
A weak storm front is passing Kauai and Oahu, and heading to Maui County and Hawaii Island.
A weak storm system is forecast to move through Kauai Thursday night and the rest of the state Friday.
Two days after tropical storm-force wind gusts tore apart roofs across the islands, some residents say they still haven’t heard back from th…
A Virginia news crew encountered an extremely close call during Monday’s winter weather coverage.
The Honolulu Fire Department received 67 calls for blown roofs this weekend most on the windward side.
The already strong southerly winds accelerated downslope on the north side of the Ko’olau range.
Crews across the state restored service to homes and businesses after windy weather knocked out power to thousands since Friday.
UPDATE: The planned launch of a deep-space observatory for the U.S. government was cancelled.
Forecasters say winds are expected to gradually weaken as the week progresses.
On Tuesday, two flights from Newark, N.J., to Honolulu were canceled, but no outgoing flights were affected.
On Oahu, ocean safety officials recorded 34 rescues in West Oahu, nine rescues on the North Shore and several broken boards.
Hawaii’s weather might not be as frigid as the mainland, but for local residents, it’s been downright cold.
“The winds just came out of nowhere. A lot of rain, a lot of heavy rain,” said one Kamuela resident.
Hawaii experienced a wet and windy start to the weekend with downed trees, power outages and lots of rain.