Aloha Owners and Residents,
Please see below some important information regarding the weather for the next few days:
FLOOD WATCH FOR ALL ISLANDS THROUGH MONDAY
FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT THROUGH MONDAY AFTERNOON…
* WHAT – Flash flooding caused by excessive rainfall continues to be possible.
* WHERE – All Hawaiian Islands
* WHEN – Through Monday afternoon.
* IMPACTS – Significant flooding may occur due to the overflow of streams and drainages. Roads in several areas may be closed, along with property damage in urban or low lying spots due to runoff. Isolated highways, such as the Belt Highway in the Big Island`s Kau District, and Piilani Highway on Maui, may be closed in one or more locations, resulting in long detours or even the isolation of communities. Landslides may also occur in areas with steep terrain.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS:
A prolonged period of heavy rainfall is anticipated as a slow-moving Kona low develops west of Kauai, and moisture associated with a front stalls over the islands. In the short term, the stalling front will bring the greatest potential for heavy rain over Maui and the Big Island. As the low forms west of Kauai on Saturday, moisture associated with the front will gradually spread back toward Oahu and Kauai County. This will bring the threat of heavy rainfall to all islands well into next week.
HIGH SURF WARNING FOR NORTH FACING SHORES OF NIIHAU KAUAI OAHU MOLOKAI AND MAUI
HIGH SURF ADVISORY FOR WEST FACING SHORES OF NIIHAU KAUAI OAHU AND MOLOKAI.
A very large north-northwest swell will fill in today, then quickly build tonight and Saturday. Surf will increase slowly today, then quickly ramp up tonight and Saturday. The swell will gradually shift more out of the north beginning Saturday night, then slowly lower through the first part of next week.
* WHAT – Surf heights building to 20 to 30 feet by Saturday morning.
* WHERE – Along north facing shores of Niihau, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, and Maui.
* WHEN – Until 6 AM HST Monday.
* IMPACTS – High. Expect ocean water occasionally sweeping across portions of beaches, very strong breaking waves, and strong longshore and rip currents. Breaking waves may occasionally impact harbors making navigating the harbor channel dangerous.
Please visit mauicounty.gov/emergency for hazard information and preparedness tips.
National Weather Service information is available at weather.gov/hfo for detailed storm information
Contact Maui Emergency Management Agency
firstname.lastname@example.org ~ (808) 270-7285
Please stay safe.