A fast-moving storm dropped up to 3 inches of rain on Oahu overnight and brought wind gusts of up to 64 mph.
Strong winds and downpours made driving dangerous in Moiliili Thursday night.
The gusts were so strong the rain fell horizontally and blustery winds ripped off part of the roof at an apartment complex on Kapiolani Boulevard.
Jim Case was home when part of the roof flew off and hit his unit.
"It sounded a little like a freight train and all of a sudden we heard a loud banging and we thought it was metal trash cans being bounced around," said Case.
No one was hurt and Honolulu firefighters patched up the roof.
The strong winds and the rain may also be to blame for a big landslide on the Pali Highway early Friday morning.
"It wasn't really muddy. It seems like that section of the hill just came down," said State Department of Transportation Engineer George Abcede.
The DOT spent most of the day trying to clear all the mud and the muck. Crews cleared out the area next to the barricades to make sure any loose rocks or soil will fall in the ditch and not on the road.
The Pali Highway was reopened by 2 p.m.
On the west side, boulders blocked a section of Farrington Highway near Makua Cave. Those rocks have been cleared.
On Kunia Road, a down utility pole closed down the road near Kunia Drive.
The good news is the wild weather didn't last very long. Clearer conditions prevailed by mid-morning and we're looking at clearer weather just in time for the weekend.