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Weather Warnings, Advisories Canceled for Big Island

December 7, 2021, 9:25 AM HST
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The National Weather Service canceled all weather warnings, watches, and advisories for Hawaii Island for this recent storm.

At this time, there are no major road closures.

All county beach parks are reopened, with the exception of Onekahakaha Beach Park in Keaukaha, which remains closed for debris cleanup.

For those displaced from their homes due to storm impacts, the shelter at the Keaʻau Armory, located in Shipman Park, is open. Persons coming to the shelter should bring everything they will need to sustain themselves for a 24-hour period.

This shelter is pet-friendly. Pets must be contained by a crate or pet carrier while at the shelter.

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Due to the intensity of rainfall and wind experienced across Hawaiʻi Island earlier this week, service crews continue to clear downed trees, debris and restore access and utilities.

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For additional information regarding power restoration, visit the Hawaiian Electric website and click on the link in the orange box for Hawaiʻi Island.

Civil Defense advises residents to file a damage report for those who sustained damage to property during the storm. Click here to file a report.

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