Unstable conditions are keeping the threat of heavy rain in the forecast for Kauai, which was drenched by heavy showers overnight.
The island was under a flood advisory until 2:15 a.m. The advisory was allowed to expire after showers diminished.
According to the National Weather Service, nearly two and-a-half inches of rain fell at the Lihue Variety Station between 8 and 11 p.m. Tuesday. Waimea Heights recorded 2.35 inches during the same time period; Wailua had 2.27 inches of rain; 2.15 inches fell at Anahola, and 1.98 inches fell at Lihue Airport.
Isolated heavy showers and thunderstorms also formed over parts of Oahu, Molokai and Maui overnight.
The highest threat for heavy rain will be on Kauai, but Oahu and parts of Molokai and Lanai could experience some isolated heavy showers.
A trough responsible for the severe and unstable weather will depart to the north tonight. However, winds will remain rather light, with high vog and humidity levels for the next several days.