On Sunday and Monday, Hawaii was warned that it was a storm that had never been before and will have a strong wind, due to coastal flooding and even some snow in higher areas. The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a high wind warning, which operates from 3.23 on Sunday HST (5pm GMT) and will run until 6:00 p.m. (8pm GMT). The wind is expected to be between 25-40mph, with wings up to 60mph.
NWS is predicting that highlights of local time afternoon (Monday Tuesday GMT) could be hit.
Warning of strong winds include hazardous driving conditions, roof damage and poorly constructed structures, as a result of litter flying.
In addition, reduced trees can also be expected as well as extensive power trips.
There are also high warning warnings for the Kauai, Niihau, Oahu and Molokai shore to the west and west and to the north shore of Maui.
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In addition there are:
- Behind the shores of the Great Island
- North Coast of the Great Island
- Behind the shore of Lanai, Maui and Kahoolawe.
The low pressure pressure system will be just north of the islands today (Sunday), resulting in huge unwanted waves.
The NWS warned that this event could ever have been the most unprecedented coastal floods on the north and west shore during the most waves period during the evening and evening.
- Anyone with the initial property of vulnerable ocean must now complete their preparations.
- Also due to the wind of the gallery westward, the rough wind and choppy will increase rapidly on this western shore tonight tonight and tonight.
- Waves could reach up to 60 feet today and until tonight along the Niihau and Kauai shore and north of Oahu, Molokai and Maui down to the west and west.
- In addition, waves of 30 to 40 feet tonight and tonight will be affected by shores facing the Oahu and Molokai.
The NWS made a warning that "Water oceans grow and sweep beaches, coastal benches and roads, and that it could significantly damage coastal properties and infrastructure, including roads.
"Coastal evacuations and road closures can be made.
"Large breaking waves may affect admission and channel with significant damage to docks, peers, ramps and boats.
"These dangerous conditions mean that people who have experience just have to go into the water.
"Unmistakable people should stay out of beaches and adjacent suburbs.
"Flow breaks, significant disruption in the seashore, and dangerous streams enter the water is very hazardous.
"Anyone who goes into the water may have a significant injury or death."