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Big Island firefighters extinguish flames burning inside Hilo art gallery – Honolulu, Hawaii

Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-12-05 21:45:17 –

Honolulu (KHON2)-This is the latest briefing from the National Weather Service Honolulu. The Kona Cyclone poses a widespread heavy rain threat in the coming days. This radar and satellite imagery shows the deep tropical humidity that is beginning to move to the Big Island. Prior to this tropical dampness, we have already seen heavy rainfall in certain areas throughout the state. As the deep tropical humidity begins to spread west today, we will move to Maui County this afternoon, Oahu tonight, and Kauai on Monday. Long-term heavy rainfall can produce extreme rainfall and can last until Wednesday. Extensive rain of 10 to 15 inches is expected in an isolated area of ​​20 to 25 inches.

Rainfalls of this magnitude are expected to have catastrophic consequences. Due to the very poor visibility, some of the potential effects can lead to dangerous driving conditions. Heavy spills can make many roads impassable. Many landslides are expected even in areas with steep terrain.

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