Latest information as of 10 p.m. HST, Wednesday.
Olivia is now a tropical depression, with winds moving at 35 mph. The storm is making its way away from the state of Hawaii. At 9:40 p.m., radar indicated extremely heavy rain moving over most of the southern half of Oahu, with rain especially heavy over southeast Oahu from Hawaii Kai to Honolulu to Pearl City to Mililani. Rainfall rates of 3 to 4 inches per hour are expected to lead to flash flooding. Turtle Bay is located on the North Shore of Oahu and is not in the areas prone to flooding from this storm.
As always, the Turtle Bay Resort team is well prepared to keep our guests, employees, and families safe and secure.
Following are links to resources providing helpful information about the status of Olivia, preparing for its onset, and coping with any weather impacts.
Please reference this information if you have questions and feel free to share with others who would benefit from this knowledge.
Up-to-date online information about the trek of Olivia is available at the following:
- National Weather Service Forecast: www.weather.gov/hawaii
- Central Pacific Hurricane Center: www.weather.gov/cphc
- Hurricane Preparedness: https://www.facebook.com/PrepareNOWHI/
County Alerts Up-to-date information about Olivia as it pertains to Hawaii’s four island counties is available at the following websites:
- County of Hawaii: https://bit.ly/1wymub3
- County of Honolulu: https://bit.ly/2MV0pFa
- County of Kauai: https://bit.ly/2NXDmWZ
- County of Maui: https://bit.ly/2NnELZT E
Emergency Notifications - The public can sign up to receive emergency notifications at the following web pages:
- Hawaii island (Big Island): countyofhawaii.bbcportal.com
- Oahu: hnl.info/alerts/login.php
- Kauai, Niihau: countyofkauai.bbcportal.com
- Maui, Molokai, Lanai: www.co.maui.hi.us/list.aspx
Travelers planning a trip to the Hawaiian Islands who have questions can contact the Hawaii Tourism United States Call Center at 1-800-GOHAWAII (1-800-464-2924).
This article will be updated with the latest news as it breaks.