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Damage cleaned up, but another storm on way

July 26, 2014
The Maui News
Workers trim trees and clear debris at Kaa Point on Wednesday morning. The popular area for kite boarders was closed for a couple of days while crews cleaned up fallen trees from the weekend storm, county officials said. County parks closed by the tropical storm Wali have reopened. Another storm system is headed this way. It was 750 miles southeast of the Big Island at 2 p.m. Friday. The disorganized low-pressure system was producing scattered thunderstorms across a broad area. And, another storm, about 1,320 miles east-southeast of Hilo, prompted the National Hurricane Center to issue advisories Friday afternoon about Tropical Storm Genevieve. The National Weather Service’s weekend forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies over windward and mountain sections with showers likely during the day and occasional showers at night. Leeward areas will be partly cloudy with isolated showers. High temperatures will be 84 to 89 degrees, overnight lows of 73 to 78. Winds from the east will blow about 15 mph.

The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo


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