Issued at: 3:03 PM HST on September 3, 2015, expires at: 6:00 PM HST on September 04, 2015
...Flash Flood Watch remains in effect until 6 PM HST Friday...
The Flash Flood Watch continues for
all Hawaiian islands.
Until 6 PM HST Friday.
A very moist air mass...together with an upper level trough just
west of the state...will likely produce locally heavy showers
and thunderstorms through Friday. Saturated soils from recent
and current rainfall across the state will increase the risk for
A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead
to flash flooding. Flash flooding is very dangerous. Remember
that it does not have to be raining heavily where you are for
flash flooding to occur.
Monitor the latest forecasts and be prepared to take immediate
action if flash flood warnings are issued.
Flash Flood Warning:
Issued at: 2:06 PM HST on September 3, 2015, expires at: 5:00 PM HST on September 03, 2015
The National Weather Service in Honolulu has issued a
Flash Flood Warning for...
the island of Oahu in Honolulu County
until 500 PM HST
at 154 PM HST...radar shows lines of heavy showers and
thunderstorms over Honolulu...central and windward Oahu. Very
heavy downpours with rain rates exceeding 3 inches per hour at
times will occur. Additional heavy rainfall is expected over
already flooded portions of downtown Honolulu.
Other locations in the warning include but are not limited to
Kaneohe...Kailua...Waimanalo...Hawaii Kai...Aiea...and Pearl City.
A Flash Flood Warning means flash flooding is imminent or occurring
in streams...roads and low lying areas. Move to higher ground now.
Do not cross fast flowing or rising water in your vehicle or on foot.
Turn around...Don/T drown.
This Flash Flood Warning replaces the pre-existing warning that was
in effect for the island of Oahu in Honolulu County.
This warning may need to be extended beyond 500 PM HST if flash
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