Lots of people could be seen either surfing or wave-watching.
It is two months into hurricane season and it’s already been quite busy.
Officials say those beaches will likely reopen Thursday.
You may think the image was altered, but it’s actually a very real phenomenon called Kelvin–Helmholtz.
Clearing of debris from stream mouths has already started and the job is expected to be finished before Thursday.
The flash flood watch will be in effect until 6 p.m. Thursday.
Officials have not decided yet whether to close schools or open emergency shelters.
Advice to residents is to have a plan, make a portable emergency kit, and make sure everyone in your home knows what to do.
They’re still recovering from the damage caused by Tropical Storm Iselle last year.
Officials are using lessons learned from Iselle, which hit the Big Island as a tropical storm nearly a year ago.
We’ve rounded up some important apps and links to have on hand in times of disaster.
Post-tropical cyclone Guillermo is expected to dissipate on Saturday
Eight-e is forecast to strengthen to a tropical storm within two days with winds peaking at 40 mph.
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The road was reopened and the shelter closed after 2:30 p.m.
At 2 p.m., radar showed heavy rain over the island of Kauai. The area of heavy rain was nearly stationary.
“There is almost no way that 2015 isn’t going to be the warmest on record,” a climate scientist said.
Radar showed heavy rain near Kailua, about 10 miles northeast of Honolulu.
Many of those who spent their Saturday outside were met with hot and humid conditions, the remnants of Ela.
Stronger winds and lower humidity will spread over the area early in the week.