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Severe thunderstorm watch cancelled

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:59 a.m. HST, Apr 14, 2013


LIHUE  - The severe thunderstorm watch for Kauai has been cancelled, however Kauai and Niihau remain in a flash flood watch until 6:00 a.m. Sunday.

Weather impacts on the Garden Island today included:

The Kekaha landfill was closed most of the day due to lightning, but will be reopened tomorrow.  The Countys transfer stations discontinued accepting greenwaste until further notice due to the wet conditions. Depending on conditions at the various transfer stations, greenwaste may be accepted tomorrow.  

The Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) closed the Kalalau Trail today due to the possibility of flash flooding.  DLNR will decide on Sunday morning whether the trail will be reopened.

Current weather conditions may be found on the NWS website:

http://www.prh.noaa.gov/hnl/

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false wrote:
Starting to rain a little drizzle here in Aiea.
on April 13,2013 | 01:08PM
allie wrote:
dangerous west side..no rain in manoa but dreary
on April 13,2013 | 02:33PM
phyllum69 wrote:
Oh STOP already with the 'dangerous west side' crap!
on April 13,2013 | 03:22PM
phyllum69 wrote:
Oh STOP already with the 'dangerous westside' stuff!!
on April 13,2013 | 03:22PM
allie wrote:
geesh..i was just teasin'
on April 14,2013 | 07:52AM
WesleySMori wrote:
"Giggle"
on April 14,2013 | 04:43PM
808BigE wrote:
allie...the star advertiser troll
on April 13,2013 | 03:25PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
ALL-LIE should it start raining this would be an ideal opportunity for you to take your semi quarterly bath. Please use deodorant soap this time. Oh and careful not to hang around too long...they'll be looking for the source of the sewage spill.
on April 13,2013 | 03:33PM
Toop_Minaki wrote:
ROTFL!!!
on April 13,2013 | 03:35PM
false wrote:
Rolling on the Floor Laughing. I googled it btw. tc bb ty ttyl lol.
on April 13,2013 | 03:56PM
false wrote:
No tease.
on April 13,2013 | 03:49PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
who's teasing? You see those stories from time to time about "suspected" sewage spills? Guess what...
on April 13,2013 | 05:31PM
false wrote:
Please do not be too specific. We have a lot of detectives here. Someone may do something.
on April 13,2013 | 03:50PM
twk123 wrote:
Wow "58 mph or higher, or destructive hail the size of quarters or larger," I just visited the mainland with milder weather!
on April 13,2013 | 03:10PM
false wrote:
Just like visiting the doctor. Whenever the weather people cry wolf nothing happens. Whenever a surprise downpour occurs, they say it may be happening. I have an idea. Just look up at the sky, lol.
on April 13,2013 | 03:47PM
false wrote:
Those that live near rivers in low lying need to take precaution. Those are areas that will be hit hardest because water travels from the heights to the low lying areas. Watch for overflowing of streams, notably the Kapalama Stream and such. However even the Kapalama Stream has a lot of capacity. The feeder streams such as those from Kam Heights that flow through residential areas can have torrential flows, with the water literally moving at 15 mph or more.
on April 13,2013 | 03:45PM
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