If the current forecast track holds true we expect gradual deterioration of our weather Friday with the possibility of frequent showers, thunderstorms, heavy rain and winds from 15 to 25 mph, gusting to 35 mph sometime Friday night.
The flood advisory that was issued for Maui earlier this afternoon has since been cancelled. The National Weather Service reports that heavy rains have ended, and the advisory has since been cancelled.
Three consecutive days of high temperatures were recorded in Kahului on Maui between Saturday, Sept. 20 and Monday, Sept. 22. The NWS is forecasting sunny skies today with an increase in shower activity through the end of the work week.
Record high temperatures were recorded on two consecutive days in Kahului with Saturday’s 95 degree weather breaking an old record set 18 years ago, and Sunday’s 93 degree weather tying a record set 37 years ago, according to data compiled by the National Weather Service.
Maui County Civil Defense and Mayor Alan Arakawa have announced the all clear for residents as the tropical storm warning for the county was canceled this afternoon. Tropical Storm Iselle dispersed after hitting the Big Island last night and stopping the storms progression to Maui; however the Mayor still urged caution in the coming days.