Heavy rainfall on the Hawaiian island of Maui caused flooding and mudslides on December 6, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Footage by the County of Maui shows large mud mounds in Kihei. The Maui County Emergency Management Agency warned residents to be prepared as “power outages, downed trees, flooded streams and roadways” affected the area.
On Monday evening, the NWS in Honololu said conditions would start improving on the eastern side of the state that night with “much drier condition expected over Maui County and the Big Island on Tuesday”. Credit: County of Maui via Storyful