Large surf is expected along reefs and shorelines through Wednesday.
Trade wind weather this weekend, Ignacio impacts next week.
A very moist and unstable air mass remains over Hawaii.
This advisory continues to show the possibility of Jimena reaching category 5 during the next 24 hours.
“It’s unacceptable,” Mayor Caldwell said. “We do not want to see this occur again.”
Maximum sustained winds remain near 90 mph with higher gusts.
Various flood damage companies said the number of calls they received were more than double the regular volume.
If the water is brown, stay out.
A flash flood watch is in effect until Monday evening.
Rotary Club members urged people at Kahala Mall to take advantage of “push alerts.”
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State officials are asking everyone to have their emergency plans ready.
The proclamation activates the Major Disaster Fund set aside by the Legislature for disaster relief for the entire state.
This July, Honolulu saw 20 days that were at or above 90 degrees.
The heavy rain should taper off Thursday night and Friday as moderate to fresh trade winds return to the islands.
It’s important to know, and see, just how quickly a flash flood can occur.
There’s a 60 percent probability that a storm could form in this area.
A lingering moist and unstable atmosphere over the smaller islands will support the development of slow-moving heavy downpours that could le…
No major flooding problems have been reported.