HONOLULU (KITV) - Olivia still bringing heavy rainfall to the state after the storm rolled across the islands Wednesday.

Tropical Storm Olivia made landfall twice on the islands of Maui and Lana'i. The initial rain bands affects the windward slopes of the Big Island and Maui Tuesday morning and continued to increase and intensify Wednesday. 

Flash flooding occurred in several locations -- with the National Weather Service reporting the worst places impacted were in Waihee, Honokohau, and Napili along the slopes of the west Maui mountains. Moloka'i also had multiple spots of flash flooding along Highway 450. 

Heavy rainfall spread across O'ahu overnight Wednesday, briefly closing roads in Wakane and Waiahole. The concern of evacuation was high as water levels in the Nu'uanu Reservoir #1 almost reached the spillway. 

Here are the rainfall totals over the 48 hour period:

  • Maui County-
    • West Wailuaiki (USGS): 12.93 inches
    • Puu Alii (NPS): 12.03 inches
    • Puu Kukui (USGS): 11.86 inches
    • Moloka'i 1: 7.81 inches 
    • Mahinahina: 4.84 inches
    • Kamalo: 4.54 inches
  • Island of O'ahu
    • Manoa Lyon Arboretum: 10.31 inches
    • Nu'uanu Upper: 7.41inches
    • Moanalua: 6.60 inches
    • Waiawa Correctional Facility: 5.68 inches
    • Hawaii Kai Golf Course: 5.25 inches

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