A big toll was taken on the Valley Isle, even with it not being in the direct path of tropical storm Iselle.
"In history, it's probably the worst wind we've had at Ulupalakua Ranch ever," said Sumner Erdman, Ulupalakua Ranch President.
People were calling it a war zone. The road from Kula Highway on the way to Ulupalakua is always a winding drive, but Friday it was also a windy mess.
With trees all over the road, hundreds of residents were stranded and unable to pass.
"Between four and six it became constant gusts, trees bending down, roofs flying, sheds down, trees dropping, power lines all over the road. It just kept howling like we've never seen," said Erdman.
Downed trees were a common scene. Some roofs peeled from homes landed in the street or places they don't belong. One warehouse used to stand tall, used as a cover for heavy machinery. Now it's going to need that machinery to get it removed.
"It was crazy. The center of it actually picked up. The wind picked up the center of it and it collapsed and that happened about a quarter after six this morning," said Ryan Wendt, an Ulupalakua resident.
The wind damage wasn't just at Ulupalakua Ranch. Out in Makawa'o, trees were also down on power lines.
Maui electric crews have been out there all night trying to restore power to its three-thousand affected customers. Just 200 of those are still waiting for the help after waiting out the weather.
"It was a tough time, but it happens very often. We do it for da kine and we do what we gotta do," said Keoni Kapua'ala, a Makawa'o resident.
"We were very fortunate this time that the Big Island took the brunt of the blow from the hurricane and the cell has sort of dissipated to a large degree," said Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa.
Maui officials say storm-related damage can be reported online. Click here to fill out a damage report.