Forecast: Heavy rain, thunderstorms still possible in Olivia's wake

Forecast: Heavy rain, thunderstorms still possible in Olivia's wake
Hawaii Radar at 5 a.m. (Image: Hawaii News Now)

Olivia may have left our vicinity, but it's still going to be a very wet day for much of the state.

Heavy rain and thunderstorms are possible as an upper level disturbance moves in to the northwest of Kauai, enhancing the tropical moisture brought up by Olivia. Oahu in particular has had heavy rain overnight. The flash flood watch will remain posted statewide.

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At the beach, swells from Olivia have subsided, but a high surf advisory remains up for the east shores of Kauai for waves of 8 to 12 feet. Other islands will have east shore surf in the 5 to 7 foot range. North shores will have a boost at 3 to 5 feet, south shores will come in at 2 to 4 feet, with small surf on west shores.

Here are the current severe weather alerts:

Flash Flood Watch: All Hawaiian islands.

High Surf Advisory: East-facing shores of Kauai.

Small Craft Advisory: All Hawaiian coastal waters.

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