The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for most of the state until 6 p.m. Wednesday.
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The National Weather Service in Honolulu has issued a marine weather statement that a north-northeast swell is peaking Sunday night and Monday morning.
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The National Weather Service says a red flag warning remains in effect until 6 p.m. Monday for strong winds and low relative humidity for mainly Leeward areas.
Henriette is moving toward the west-southwest near 13 mph, 20 km/h, and this general motion is expected to continue for the next couple of days with an increase in forward speed.
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Central Pacific Hurricane Center reports Tropical Storm Flossie became the first storm to trigger tropical cyclone related warnings for the state of Hawaii since a previous incarnation of Flossie in 2007
With no major damage and no one seriously hurt, emergency officials say the storm served as a drill, and they’re already looking ahead to be better prepared for the next one.
The humidity level is higher than normal, leaving many residents looking for ways to beat the heat.
Maui received the brunt of tropical depression Flossie from widespread power outages to flooding and downed trees. County officials say it was a full-scale event and it’s still not over.
Hawaii Electric Light Company reports power has been restored to all customers who experienced power outages caused by Tropical Storm Flossie.
UPDATE // Maui Electric officials say power was restored to Maui County customers Wednesday morning. This includes the county water system which was down in the Haiku area.
A group of young people had planned to camp at Mokuleia, but Mother Nature had other plans.
Multiple state parks have reopened following tropical depression Flossie, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
Maui firefighters were called to a home in Kahului after a report that it was struck by lightning.
Satellite data and surface observations show that there is no longer any organized thunderstorm activity nor a well-defined center of circulation and is no longer a tropical cyclone.