Maui Winter Storm PhotosFebruary 10, 2019, 4:30 PM HST · Updated February 11, 3:06 PM 39 Comments
The center of a powerful low pressure system will continue passing by just north of the islands overnight, according to the National Weather Service. Agency forecasters say this will result in large, destructive surf, locally damaging winds, and periods of squally showers across most of the state. The weather has already resulted in snow at the summit of Haleakalā and multiple power outages and traffic impacts across the County.
The NWS says, “Winds are expected to slowly diminish later tonight and Monday as the low moves northeast of the area. Unsettled weather may persist into the middle of the week as the low lingers to the northeast of the state. A more typical trade wind weather pattern is expected later in the week.”
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