Honaunau, HI (96726)

3:56 PM HST on August 31, 2016 (GMT -1000)
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Elev 1656 ft 19.50 °N, 155.91 °W | Updated 7 seconds ago

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Pressure 29.80 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Scattered Clouds 7000 ft
Heat Index 86 °F
Dew Point 68 °F
Humidity 59%
Rainfall 0.00 in
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METAR PHKO 010153Z 18010KT 10SM SCT070 31/23 A2980 RMK AO2 SLP091 T03110233
Pressure 29.80 in
Visibility 10.0 miles
Clouds Scattered Clouds 7000 ft
Heat Index 86 °F
Dew Point 68 °F
Humidity 59%
Rainfall 0.00 in
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6:08 AM 6:38 PM
Waning Crescent, 0% visible
METAR PHKO 010153Z 18010KT 10SM SCT070 31/23 A2980 RMK AO2 SLP091 T03110233

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Areal Flood Advisory, Flash Flood Watch
Issued: 2:00 PM HST Aug. 31, 2016 – National Weather Service

The National Weather Service in Honolulu has issued a

* Flood Advisory for...
the island of Hawaii in Hawaii County

* until 500 PM HST

* at 153 PM HST... radar and rain gages indicated that heavy rain
associated with Hurricane Madeline was occurring over the north
Hilo... south Hilo... and puna districts with rates of 1 to 2 inches
per hour. Radar showed more areas of heavy rain will continue to
move over the eastern slopes of The Big Island during the next
several hours.

* Locations in the advisory include but are not limited to...
Hilo... Hawaiian Paradise Park... Honomu... Keaau... Pahoa...
Pepeekeo... Pahala... Glenwood... Hawaiian acres... Mountain View...
Volcano and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

Stay away from streams... drainage ditches and low lying areas prone
to flooding.

Rainfall and runoff will also cause hazardous driving conditions due
to ponding... reduced visibility and poor braking action.

Do not cross fast flowing or rising water in your vehicle... or on
foot. Turn around... don't drown.


This advisory may need to be extended beyond 500 PM HST if heavy rain
persists.

A Flash Flood Watch is also in effect for Hawaii County through
Thursday.

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408 am HST Wed Aug 31 2016

... Flash Flood Watch now in effect through Thursday afternoon...

The Flash Flood Watch is now in effect for

* The Big Island.

* Through Thursday afternoon

* deep moisture associated with Hurricane Madeline will affect The
Big Island through Thursday... bringing the threat for heavy
rainfall and flooding. The greatest initial flood threat will be
over the windward slopes this morning... with the entire island
experiencing a flood threat this afternoon through Thursday.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is very dangerous.

You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action
should flash flood warnings be issued.




Tropical Storm Warning, Hurricane Warning
Issued: 2:56 PM HST Aug. 31, 2016 – National Weather Service

... Tropical Storm Warning remains in effect...

... Precautionary/preparedness actions...
precautionary/preparedness actions...

Everyone should now be inside. Remain alert and away from windows
and external doors.

Listen for possible flood or tornado warnings.


... Winds...
gusts to 60 mph have already been measured near the Kohala
Mountains upslope from Kawaihae. Wind gusts in excess of 55 mph
have also been reported near Kamuela... Kawaihae... Waikoloa... and
South Point. In some areas... sustained winds of 35 to 50 mph with
gusts to 70 mph will occur through tonight. The areas most likely
to have the strongest winds will be over mountainous
terrain... through passes... and where winds blow downslope. Winds
are forecast to fall below 39 mph for all areas by early Thursday
morning.

Winds this strong would be very dangerous and airborne debris
could produce widespread damage. Any loose outdoor items would
become projectiles... causing possible injury. Other possible wind
damage would include... downed large trees and power lines... and
significant roof and structure damage... especially to weaker
structures.

Extensive damage to power lines and poles could result in
widespread power outages that could last from several days to
weeks.

... Storm surge and storm tide...
large and damaging surf 15 to 25 feet will continue along east
facing shores late this afternoon through tonight. 12 to 15 foot
surf is being reported along the hamakua coast and 18 to 25 foot
surf is being reported in Pahoa and Kapoho.

Wave runup may cause significant coastal flooding and damage to
coastal properties and infrastructure... including roadways. Of
particular concern is the the Kalapana-Kapoho Highway between
Pohoiki and Kapoho. Impassable roads due to high water have been
reported in the Kapoho subdivision. Powerful longshore and rip
currents will be present at most beaches. Large breaking waves and
strong currents may impact Harbor entrances and channels causing
challenging boat handling.

... Inland flooding...
a Flash Flood Watch is in effect for the entire area. Outer
rainbands from Madeline have moved onshore and additional heavy
rainfall will continue today and tonight. Total rain
accumulations of 5 to 10 inches are possible... with isolated
maximum amounts near 15 inches... especially over windward
portions of The Big Island. This rainfall may lead to dangerous
flash floods and mudslides. Refer to the watch for more details.




838 am HST Wed Aug 31 2016

... Hurricane Warning remains in effect...

... Precautionary/preparedness actions...
precautionary/preparedness actions...

Cover and secure windows and brace garage doors. Loose objects
such as lawn furniture... garbage cans... and other items should be
secured or stored indoors.

If evacuating... leave as soon as possible. Do not get stuck on
the roads when the dangerous winds and heavy rains arrive.

If staying in a home... turn the refrigerator to maximum cold and
keep it closed. Unplug small appliances and sensitive electronics.
Fill the bathtub with water for cleaning and Flushing in case the
tap water becomes unavailable.

Hawaii gas advises that propane tank and Cylinder customers
should not shut off their gas supply unless evacuating their
premises due to disaster related conditions. If a customer shuts
off their gas... only a trained Hawaii gas employee can turn it
back on. Never attempt to turn the gas back on yourself.

Stay out of streams... rivers... and low-lying flood prone areas.


... Probability of tropical storm/hurricane conditions...
the chance for hurricane conditions at South Point is 4 percent.
Also... the chance for tropical storm conditions at Hilo is 49
percent... at Kailua-Kona is 32 percent... and at South Point is 93
percent. Except for South Point... these values are significantly
lower compared to the last advisory.

... Winds...
based on the latest forecast track... tropical storm force winds
over 39 mph... 34 knots... are expected to begin spreading over the
area later this morning followed by the arrival of hurricane
force winds of 74 mph... 64 knots... or higher this evening.
Hurricane force winds could last for a few hours. In some
areas... winds will be as high as 50 to 75 mph with gusts to 100
mph.

Gusts will be strongest over mountainous terrain... through
passes... and where winds blow downslope. Winds affecting the
upper floors of high rise buildings will be significantly
stronger than those near ground level.

Winds this strong would be very dangerous and airborne debris
could produce widespread damage. Any loose outdoor items would
become projectiles... causing possible injury. Other possible wind
damage would include... downed large trees and power lines... and
significant roof and structure damage... especially to weaker
structures.

Extensive damage to power lines and poles could result in
widespread power outages that could last from several days to
weeks.

... Storm surge and storm tide...
large and damaging surf is expected along east facing shores.
Surf will build today... and peak at 15 to 25 feet late this
afternoon through tonight. Depending on the exact track of
Madeline... storm surge will range from 1 to 3 feet. The
combination of storm surge and wave runup may cause significant
coastal flooding and damage to coastal properties and
infrastructure... including roadways. Powerful longshore and rip
currents will be present at most beaches. Large breaking waves and
strong currents may impact Harbor entrances and channels causing
challenging boat handling.

... Inland flooding...
a Flash Flood Watch is in effect. Deep tropical moisture
associated with the Madeline will begin to impact The Big Island
this morning... bringing the threat of heavy rainfall and flooding
through Thursday. Total rain accumulations of 5 to 10 inches are
possible... with isolated maximum amounts near 15
inches... especially over windward portions of The Big Island. This
rainfall may lead to dangerous flash floods and mudslides. Refer
to the watch for more details.