- The High Wind Advisory is cancelled for most of the Big Island. The High Wind Warning for the summits has been downgraded to an advisory.
- Pohoiki road remains closed in the Puna district, police report. Kahakai Boulevard is now open.
- 4,000 customers were still without power as of 9 a.m. in portions of Hawaiian Paradise Park, Orchidland, Ainaloa, Hawaiian Beaches, Kapoho, Nanawale, Leilani Estates, Tangerine Acres, Lanipuna, Fern Forest, Fern Acres, Hawaiian Acres, Eden Roc, Wood Valley, South Point, Waimea, North Kohala, and Ahualoa.
- Hawaiian Beaches, Hawaiian Shores, Kapoho, Nanawale, and Leilani Estates customers are advised to prepare for the possibility of extended outages through this week due to extensive damage in those areas, HELCO says.
The National Weather Service has cancelled the high wind advisory for Hawaii Island except for the summit areas of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. Wind conditions have been improving through the night and are expected to continue to improve. Although all major highways and roadways are cleared and open, some subdivision roads may still have downed trees and power lines. HELCO and public works crews are working to restore power and to clear all major roadways. The public is reminded to treat all downed power lines as energized and to report power outages and downed lines to HELCO at 969-6666.
Hawaiian TelCom has reported that all telephone service to affected areas and the 911 system has been restored as of 1:00am this morning. Hawaii County Civil Defense on Feb. 15 at 8 a.m. HST