Drier conditions have returned as an area of clouds and showers passed west of the islands late this morning.
Temperatures at the summit are typically warmer over the summer, but that wasn’t the case Monday night when a cold pool of air caused them t…
Colin marked the earliest that a third named storm has ever formed in the Atlantic basin.
There’s an area of heavy showers between Mililani and Wahiawa.
El Nino tends to reduce hurricane activity in the Atlantic, while La Nina tends to increase it.
Firefighters were called to assist three different hiking parties along Maunawili Falls Trail.
Forecasters predict normal to above-normal hurricane season with four to seven tropical cyclones in 2016.
Persistent rainfall over the past couple of days has led to saturated soil conditions across windward portions of Maui.
Additional rainfall is expected through the afternoon and the night.
William Oxener and Carlos Ornelas were driving in Ocean View when they spotted it.
Locations in the advisory include but are not limited to Schofield Barracks, Makakilo City, Waikane, Waipahu, and Waianae.
A swirling gust of wind sent umbrellas flying and beachgoers scrambling at Mauna Kea Beach Monday afternoon.
Drought conditions have expanded and intensified during the past month in all four counties.
Severe weather conditions and high river levels are preventing personnel from accessing the well and tank site.
Deep tropical moisture associated with a trough of low pressure will move across Maui and Hawaii Island tonight.
Thunder and more heavy rain are headed our way.
The new hours will take effect starting Monday, March 14, to accommodate more customers.
Large trees not only fell on two of the buildings on the property, but also damaged staircases, a fence, a golf cart, and outdoor furniture.
Thursday’s wind wasn’t as strong as it’s been over the past few days, but it was still strong enough to cause problems.
A fast-moving cold front is expected to sweep across the island chain, bringing a brief period of showers, some of which may be briefly heav…
The most important thing is to consult with a professional licensed coastal engineer.
Crews will continue to monitor the surf and the roads, including the impact of the next high tide at about 3:30 a.m. Tuesday.
“The imagery is heartbreaking,” a spokeswoman said. “You’re looking down and expecting to see a village and instead you’re seeing a field of…
Three main things you’ll see from the system: rain, strong winds, and cool temperatures, in that order.
Much of Honolulu was shrouded in vog and, due to light and variable winds, it won’t be leaving anytime soon.