Weather alert for Hawaii Island


Accessed on 28 April 2018, 0227 UTC, Post #16707.

Source:

Email from the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency.

Comment:

Here’s the latest weather bulletin for Hawaii Island from the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency:

COUNTY OF HAWAII email@blackboard.com via yahoo.com 

1:14 PM (3 hours ago)

to kh6jrm

A message from COUNTY OF HAWAII

This is a Civil Defense hazardous weather message for Friday, April 27 at 1 PM.

The National Weather Service forecasts heavy rain, flash flooding, high surf, and the possibility of thunderstorms for Hawaii Island starting Saturday.

Flash flooding means dangerous conditions of high, fast-moving water can occur on roadways without warning.  Quickly rising, fast moving water in streams and rivers can also occur without warning.

  • Residents in flood-prone areas are advised to be on the alert for possible flooding conditions.​
  • Motorists are urged to exercise caution while driving.
  • Road closures may occur without notice.Persons near streams and rivers must remain alert for changing conditions.
  • High surf may cause dangerous conditions for ocean users and coastal residents.
  • If lightning threatens your area, the safest place to be is indoors.

You will be updated as conditions change.

Have a safe day.

Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency

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