Google has actually launched satellite photos revealing the North Shore of Kauai after the substantial flooding of mid-April 2018. The images was tackled April 18th, a number of days after the North Shore of Kauai was struck with near 30 inches of rainfall in the two-day duration of April 14-15. Especially, the images reveals a sandbar beneath the Hanalei Pier, along with various other sandbars along the coastline where coastlines were rinsed. Regrettably the Ke’e Beach location was covered by clouds and also the landslides along Kuhio Hwy are tough to see.
Prior to as well as After: The over picture reveals the Hanalei Pier location after the flooding. The listed below image is prior to the flooding. The flooding sculpted a brand-new network beneath the pier. An expanding sandbar that had actually been developing on top of Black Pot Beach at the river is currently considerably minimized. Just time will certainly inform if the sandbar around as well as under the pier and also the brand-new network continue to be.
A closer sight of the Hanalei Pier after the flooding.
The Hanalei Taro areas after the flooding.
The satellite images recorded alleviation initiatives underway at Waioli Beach Park (Pine Trees Beach).
Hanalei River at the Dolphin Restaurant.
The mouth of the Lumahai River at Lumahai Beach is much bigger.
New networks have actually reduced right into the coastline at Wainiha.
Over as well as Below: Haena/Tunnels Beach location.
A section of Puu Poa Beach near the St. Regis Princeville Resort has actually rinsed. Generally the tiny stream at the coastline is simply a flow, yet evidently it was far more than that throughout the flooding.
The actual end of Anini Beach, likewise called Wyllie Beach, shows up to have actually been rinsed.
Click on this link to see the whole Google Crisis Map of the Kauai Flooding.