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Damage Assessments Begin for ‘Kona low’ Storm Impact; Multi-Agency Teams Evaluated Maui Property Damage on Monday For Immediate Release Dec. 20, 2021 HONOLULU – Teams of state, county, and federal workers got an in-person look Monday at damages caused by the “Kona low” weather system which dumped more than 20 inches of rain on areas ...
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Damage Assessment Begins as Storm Moves West; Be Sure to Document Losses, Hawaiʻi Emergency Management Agency Urges HONOLULU – State and county teams began assessing damage Wednesday from the “Kona Low” weather system which set new rainfall records across the state this week, with aerial reconnaissance to identify wind and flooding damage on Maui. The ...
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As “Kona Low” Storm Moves West, Hawai‘i Emergency Management Agency Urges Residents to Use Caution and Document Damages HONOLULU – The “Kona low” weather system which has swamped the state of Hawai‘i with 20 inches or more of rain in places since Friday will move farther westward but could continue to affect Oʻahu and Kauaʻi ...
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DAVID Y. IGE GOVERNOR  Governor Ige declares emergency for the State of Hawaiʻi due to heavy rains  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 6, 2021 HONOLULU – Gov. David Ige signed an emergency declaration for the entire State of Hawai‘i as heavy rains from a Kona Low weather system are causing flooding leading to damage to public ...
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For Immediate Release Dec. 6, 2021 It’s Not Over Yet: Hawaiʻi Emergency Management Agency Offers Guidance  as “Kona Low” Storm Moves Westward HONOLULU – A powerful “Kona low” weather system continues to affect Hawaiʻi Monday, with torrential rain, damaging winds, and high tides expected over the next several days. Portions of the island of Maui saw as much ...
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