Flash Flood Warning extended; Hanalei Bridge closed

7 P.M., UPDATE: Kuhio Highway remains closed near Hanalei Bridge as Flash Flood Warning extended to 10:15 p.m.

Kuhio Highway in the vicinity of the Hanalei Bridge remains closed as a Flash Flood Warning for the island of Kaua‘i has been extended to 10:15 p.m.

Ponding, low visibility, and other hazardous driving conditions are expected. If you must drive, please do so with extreme caution.

For updates on road conditions and closures, please call 241-1725. Please do not call Kaua‘i police 911 unless you have an emergency.

A Flash Flood Warning means flash flooding is imminent or occurring in streams, roads and low-lying areas. Do not cross fast-flowing or rising water in your vehicle or on foot. The warning may be extended, dropped or modified as conditions develop.

For weather updates call the National Weather Service automated weather line at 245-6001, or visit the NWS website, www.weather.gov/hfo

4:15 P.M., UPDATE: Kuhio Highway remains closed near Hanalei Bridge as Flash Flood Warning extended

Kuhio Highway in the vicinity of the Hanalei Bridge remains closed as a Flash Flood Warning for the island of Kaua‘i has been extended.

Ponding, low visibility and other hazardous driving conditions are expected. If you must drive, please do so with extreme caution.

For updates on road conditions and closures, please call 241-1725. Please do not call Kaua‘i police 911 unless you have an emergency.

A Flash Flood Warning means flash flooding is imminent or occurring in streams, roads and low-lying areas. Do not cross fast-flowing or rising water in your vehicle or on foot. The warning may be extended, dropped or modified as conditions develop.

For weather updates call the National Weather Service automated weather line at 245-6001, or visit the NWS website, www.weather.gov/hfo.

2 p.m., UPDATE: Kuhio Highway closed near Hanalei Bridge as Flash Flood Warning remains in effect

Kuhio Highway in the vicinity of the Hanalei Bridge is closed until further notice as a Flash Flood Warning for the island of Kaua‘i remains in effect.

Ponding, low visibility and other hazardous driving conditions are expected. If you must drive, please do so with extreme caution.

The Department of Education has announced that Hanalei Elementary School is closed to students today.

For updates on road conditions and closures, please call 241-1725. Please do not call Kaua‘i police 911 unless you have an emergency.

A Flash Flood Warning means flash flooding is imminent or occurring in streams, roads and low-lying areas. Do not cross fast-flowing or rising water in your vehicle or on foot. The warning may be extended, dropped or modified as conditions develop.

For weather updates call the National Weather Service automated weather line at 245-6001, or visit the NWS website, www.weather.gov/hfo.

1 p.m., Flash Flood Warning issued for Kaua‘i

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for Kaua‘i Tuesday afternoon, due to heavy rains occurring over the island. The warning may be extended, dropped or modified as conditions develop.

A Flash Flood Warning means flash flooding is imminent or occurring in streams, roads and low-lying areas. Do not cross fast-flowing or rising water in your vehicle or on foot.

No road closures have yet been reported at this time. However, the Hanalei River gauge showed a rise in the water level with the potential for flooding along Kuhio Highway near the Hanalei Bridge. Please stay tuned to local media for updates on road closures.

Ponding, low visibility and other hazardous driving conditions are expected. If you must drive, please do so with extreme caution.

For updates on road conditions and closures, please call 241-1725. Please do not call Kaua‘i police 911 unless you have an emergency.

For weather updates call the National Weather Service automated weather line at 245-6001, or visit the NWS website, www.weather.gov/hawaii.

To sign up for Blackboard Connect, the county’s emergency notification service, please go to the county’s website, www.kauai.gov, or call the Kaua‘i Emergency Management Agency at 241-1800.

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