Flood Watch Until 6 p.m. for All Islands
A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for all Hawaiian Islands through this afternoon as an upper level low moves over the western portion of the island chain today.
The National Weather Service says this will produce unstable conditions across the state, bringing the potential for locally heavy rain and flash flooding.
According to the extended NWS forecast, more stable conditions are expected Tuesday into Wednesday, but a “showery wet trade wind pattern is expected to hold through the weekend.”
1Maui Couple Honored as Hawai‘i’s Longest Married by Worldwide Marriage Encounter 2Oct. 15, 2021 COVID-19 Update: 156 New Cases in Hawai‘i, 5 Deaths 3Amended Maui Emergency Rules to Loosen Restrictions Takes Effect this Weekend 4As Hawai‘i Residents Reach 70% Full Vaccination, DOH Urges Continued Vigilance 5BlackSand Capital Taps Highgate to Operate the Royal Lahaina Resort 6Brown Water Advisory for North Shore and West Maui Waters