(KHNL) Mother Nature is still slamming into the Windward side of Oahu, closing schools and shutting down roads.
The wet weather triggered several landslides. Officials closed several locations on Kamehameha Highway between Waiahole and Kahuku.
Residents also waded through flooded homes.
"It's about that deep, it's above my knees, as far as coming through the house and garage, the floor of the house is about this far above the water, so we're crossing our fingers," said Dave Broederdorf, who lives in Kahana Valley.
In Kahuku, an overflowing river washed up onto road, forcing the closure of Kahuku High and Intermediate for a second consecutive day.
"As the water rises, our gym, our library and main facilities start to get flooded, even into our band room," said Warner Pukahi, Kahuku wrestling coach.
The wet weather also shutdown Kaaawa Elementary and the Polynesian Cultural Center.
The rain runoff also turned a usually pristine Waimea Bay into a chocolate-covered mess. Even so, locals still found ways to enjoy the weather. However, not everyone thinks it's the perfect storm.
Drivers had to navigate through large pools of water, while homeowners prayed to the sun gods.
"I wish it would end, please," said Broederdorf.
Sunset Elementary will be opened, but has cancelled its breakfast service.