Strong wind dropped trees and branches on roads and constructions and torn off traffic lights and power lines to generate electricity.
Hiro Toiya, director of the Honolulu Emergency Management Department, called for "driving cautiously".
"Conditions are windy and we have trees and communal poles and other objects in the street," he said
Hawaii Electric Light said "crew will start working again due to unsafe weather conditions it will be safe.
"Maybe for the first time, snow at the Polipoli State Park in Maui is snowy, it can be the smallest age , ever recorded in the state, and Polypol is at 6,200 feet, ”said DLNR