Much of what was over Oahu is now headed east to Maui.
The “hotspots” for climate impacts on poor people were sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.
A high surf advisory was in effect for south and east-facing shores of most of the state Saturday.
Corsicana, about 55 miles south of Dallas, received 16-and-a-half inches of rain overnight Friday.
Video sent in by Jonathan Blais shows flooding near Kapoho Tide Pools.
“The groom decided we were going to go to Hawaii,” said one wedding guest.
It lashed the coast with fierce winds and rain as tourists and residents sought shelter.
Experts predict many areas could see less than 50 percent of average rainfall.
Army troops and police were deployed to rescue residents trapped in flooded villages in the hard-hit provinces of Aurora and Nueva Ecija.
It’s moving towards the east, away from Hawaii, and this motion is expected to continue over the next 24 hours.
Heavy rain was located over Waimanalo.
Heavy ponding and a stranded car prompted authorities to close Kamehameha Highway near Waikane Valley Road.
Nora is expected to become a post-tropical remnant low later today with the system dissipating by Friday night or Saturday, if not sooner.
Oho is no longer a viable threat to the main Hawaiian Islands.
Heavy rain is expected overnight Saturday, but some areas were already getting hit with wild weather during the day.
Radar indicated heavy showers along leeward slopes from Kailua-Kona to Milolii.
Gradual weakening is expected until the system dissipates on Wednesday.
All around Oahu, everything is turning green.
Heavy rains have resulted in storm water runoff entering into coastal waters.
With El Nino sticking around, we could see more late-season and off-season storms.