By Wendy Osher
Record rainfall was set in Kahului over the weekend with more than 3.5 inches of rain reported over a 24-hour period.
The National Weather Service reports that a record rainfall of 3.52 inches was set at Kahului on Sunday, Nov. 10, sinking the old record of 1.78 inches set in 1955, compared to all previous known rainfall for past dates of Nov. 10.
Last Sunday, the National Weather Service recorded 8.07 inches of rain at Puʻu Kukui, Maui over a 24-hour period ending at 11 p.m.; 3.98 inches at Kahakuloa; and 3.55 inches at Kahului Airport.
The Central Maui area was under intermittent flood advisories and warnings throughout the weekend, with especially heavy downpours reported on Sunday, in various areas including Waiheʻe and Kahului, resulting in multiple flood reports across Central Maui.
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