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Darby, Hawai’i

What a weekend. If you were here on the islands this past weekend, you got to experience the first storm of the hurricane season to impact Hawaii. Though we got through the weekend without any monumental damage, the days were blanketed by dark grey clouds & constant rainfall that transitioned into roaring thunder & extreme flooding in particular spots around the island of Oahu.


Post Darby Photo of Waimea Bay by Bruno Lemos


Last night H1 west bound before palama exit cars that were flooded after water drained photo by Kama’aina Towing Peter

Downtown Honolulu Phto by Keith Weber

Thunderstorms in Tropical Storm Darby’s moisture-laden eastern half dumped nearly a foot of rain on Oahu, according to rainfall totals from the National Weather Service office in Honolulu.

Kauai and Molokai also picked up some rain, but in much smaller totals.

Here’s a list of preliminary totals, in inches, between 3 a.m. Sunday and 3 a.m. Monday from automated rain gages on the three islands:


  • Kilohana RG                           3.36”

  • Mount Waialeale                     2.98”

  • PH Wainiha                             1.48”

  • Kapahi                                     1.14”

  • Wailua Ditch                           1.14”

  • Wailua                                     0.78”

  • Kokee                                      0.76”

  • Lihue Airport                          0.74”

  • Waiakoali                                0.72”

  • Hanalei                                    0.70”

  • Mohihi Crossing                     0.67”

  • Waialae RG                             0.67”

  • Princeville Airport                  0.58”


  • Nuuanu Upper                          11.30”

  • Moanalua                                  11.22”

  • Luluku                                       10.89”

  • Waihee Pump                           10.75”

  • Tunnel RG                                10.19”

  • Hakipuu Mauka                         9.87”

  • Moanalua Stream                      9.58”

  • Ahuimanu Loop                         9.50”

  • Waiahole Stream                       9.41”

  • Manoa Lyon Arboretum             8.88”

  • Kahana Stream                         8.22”

  • Punaluu Stream                        7.78”

  • St. Stephens Seminary            6.66”

  • Aloha Tower                             6.20”

  • Maunawili                                 6.19”

  • Poamoho RG 1                        6.10”

  • Punaluu Pump                         5.92”

  • Palisades Res                         4.21”

  • Palolo Fire Station                  4.13”

  • Waiawa CF                             3.86”

  • Olomana Fire Stn                    3.09”

  • Waimanalo



  • Schofield Barracks                  2.94”

  • Niu Valley                               2.73”

  • Poamoho Exp Farm                2.49”

  • Wheeler AAF                          2.05”

  • Makaha Stream                       1.83”

  • Bellows AFS                           1.75”

  • Pupukea Road RG                  1.73”

  • Kawailoa Training Area          1.72”

  • Mililani                                   1.70”

  • Honolulu Airport                    1.67”

  • Hawaii Kai Golf Course         1.53”

  • Waipio Heights                       1.46”

  • Kahuku Training Area            1.43”

  • Palehua                                    1.39”

  • Kahuku                                   1.28”

  • Kii                                           1.25”

  • Makua Range                          1.05”

  • Wahiawa PHB                          1.19”

  • Kunia Substation                    1.19”

  • Waianae Valley                       1.10”

  • Ewa Beach – PTWC               0.71”

  • Dillingham Airfield                 0.70”

  • Lualualei                                  0.82”

  • Waianae Boat Harbor              0.67”

  • Honouliuli PHB                      0.57”

  • Waianae Kawiwi                     0.56”

  • Kalaeloa Aiport                      0.54”


  • Puu Alii                                   1.32”

  • Molokai Airport                     0.83”


(source : Hawaii News Now)

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“Louis Smolka and Ben Nguyen came to fight at UFC Fight Night 91, but at the end of the day, Smolka was the man with his hand raised.

The flyweight bout opened up the main card of today’s UFC Fight Night 91 event at Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls, S.D. It aired on FS1 following prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.

Smolka (11-1 MMA, 5-1 UFC) earned his way to victory after a dramatic back-and-forth opening round against Nguyen (14-6 MMA, 2-1 UFC) by bloodying up his foe as the first round came to a close. He never looked back, taking over the second round on his way to a TKO at the 4:41 mark of Round 2.” – (MMA Junkie)

Jul 13, 2016; Sioux Falls, SD, USA; Louis Smolka (red gloves) fights against Ben Nguyen (blue gloves) during UFC Fight Night at Denny Sanford Premier Center. Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

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Doane vs. Munhoz took place on the UFC Fight Pass-streamed preliminary card of UFC Fight Night 90, which took place at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Garden Arena. Unfortunately for the Hawaiian warrior, victory wasn’t on our side, the fight ended from a guillotine choke that resulted in Russell tapping out. There are no losses for Hawaii Elite MMA though, only lessons learned. We are proud of you Russell, continue pushing forward and only take this as fuel for your fire.

Jul 7, 2016; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Russell Doane moves in with an elbow hit against Pedro Munhoz during UFC Fight Night at MGM Grand Graden Arena. Mandatory Credit: Joshua Dahl-USA TODAY Sports



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