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Record Rain Set in Kahului

June 26, 2014, 8:07 AM HST
* Updated June 26, 8:08 AM
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Life in Kahului was returning to normal after an overnight tsunami warning that forced the evacuation of low-lying areas.  On Sunday morning, October 28, 2012, activity at Kahului Harbor was minimal, with no visible signs of damage along the shoreline fronting the Hawaiian Canoe Club. Photo by Wendy Osher,

Kahului Harbor. File photo by Wendy Osher,

By Wendy Osher

The National Weather Service recorded a record 0.22 inches of rainfall in Kahului on Monday, June 23, 2014.  That breaks the old record of 0.07 inches set for the same day in 1996.

The agency forecast for today calls for scattered showers, and highs near 88 degrees in Kahului.

The National Weather Service is forecasting sunny and clear skies over the next four days, Friday through Monday.

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