Saturday's rain and floods caused multiple landslides, as well as power and water shortages.
A low area with an evacuation warning was issued for fear of a dam exploding, and the Kuhio highway in the city of Hanalei was closed.
The Kauai Emergency Management Agency (KEMA) said several landslides "continuously wrapped the road from 2 pm local time (8 pm ET) on Saturday."
"For context, the city of Wainiha, Kauai, recorded an amazing rainfall of 822 mm in just 48 hours," said CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri. "That amount of rain would take almost 18 months weather to fall in London and more than 24 months to fall in Los Angeles."
Emergency rescue teams have evacuated 152 people by helicopter, 121 by bus and others by water, Ige's office said Monday.
Gob. The mayor of Ige and Kauai, Bernard Carvalho, flew with military and county emergency personnel over badly damaged regions of the Hanalei district, including Wainiha and Haena, to see "the swollen Hanalei River, flooded neighborhoods and farmland," according to the governor's office.
The damage is very extensive in this area. The immediate problem is access. Several landslides are blocking roads to communities.
"The crews are working to restore access to the Hanalei district, but it will take some time, we are establishing landing zones for airplanes." The Hawaiian National Guard has deployed two UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, two CH-47 helicopters Chinook, eight Zodiacs and more than 45 soldiers and aviators to support the rescue efforts and to obtain medical assistance and necessary supplies for the area, "said Ige.
Red Cross Refugees
The Red Cross told CNN on Monday afternoon that 61 people were stranded in a Red Cross shelter inside a Kauai primary school surrounded by floods
Coralie Matayoshi, CEO of the Hawaiian Chapter of the American Red Cross, said 40 residents had been at the shelter since Saturday, and another 21 arrived Sunday night. "They came by boat, they arrived by watercraft, they did everything they could to get there," Matayoshi said.
The organization then said that the waters had receded enough to allow residents to be moved to another of the five Red Cross shelters installed on the island.
Water and Power
In a statement posted on Facebook, Kauai County said emergency agencies were working to bring water and supplies to Wainiha and Haena, from where more than 100 people had been moved by air.
"It is recommended to those who wish to be evacuated that it is unknown at this time when they can return, as landslides continue to block access along the Kuhio highway between Waikoko and Wainiha," the statement said.
It was reported that power had been restored at the Wainiha pumping stations and that water services would be slowly restored to customers in the Wainiha and Haena areas.
"However, DOW has issued a notice of" no drinking "and a conservation notice for Wainiha and Haena customers, and those who receive water are also urged to heed the notice of conservation, "said the county.
Coast Guard Rescues
"The northern coast of Kauai experienced flash floods with waters rising between five and eight feet above average due to severe storms and heavy rains, trapping many residents within their homes and on rooftops," he said in a statement.
"Crews from the Hawaii Fire Department and Ocean Safety and Lifeguard services have been evacuating" In one case, the coast guard said that the hikers greeted one of their helicopters on Hanakapiai beach after an attack on higher ground by watercraft, but they were not able to make rescues in the cities of Hanalei, Wainiha and Haena. "They were stranded for two days and were lifted safely.
The Honolulu Coast Guard command was also in contact with 30 hikers stranded on Kalalau beach. "Hikers currently have food and supplies and do not need immediate rescue," he said.
The State Parks Division The Hawaii Department of Lands and Natural Resources said that in addition to the campers stranded in Kalalau, efforts were made to contact and verify the safety of others. They had camping permits.
In a statement, the department said Napali Coast State Wilderness Park, Haena State Park, Polihale State Park and parts of Wailua River State Park remained closed after the storm.
Damage to the roads leading to the Haena and Napali Coast parks meant that they will probably remain closed indefinitely, he said.
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Javaheri said the forecast for Kauai would improve in the coming days.
"However, this is a part of the world famous for the persistent rainfall of more than 300 days per year," said Javaheri.
"I would expect the rains and bad weather to continue in this region, even if they are not similar to the amounts observed in recent days."
Kauai County said in its statement that rain meant that the Kalihiwai reservoir was approaching capacity on Saturday afternoon and residents in low-lying areas were ordered to evacuate.
"Since that time, the dam has been inspected and has been deemed safe for residents to return in. Officials will continue to monitor the reservoir," the county said.
Advised residents to stay out of the flood waters.
"Heavy rains have caused runoff from storm water through Kauai, leading to extensive floods that produce extensive areas of standing water. Coastal waters have also been affected and the water warning remains in effect until further notice. . "
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Oahu and Hawaii also suffered flooding after heavy rains during the weekend.
"It was pretty bad, I've lived here almost all my life, and it's one of the worst so far, the water was flowing over the cars," Kekahuna said.
He said that the water tide had sent cars and debris running towards the houses and that some residents believed that inadequate drainage was to blame.
The community came together to clean up After, "everyone was out cleaning," he said. "I mean trash cans, we had dead chickens, whatever."
A local farm told KHNL that the storm had left their crops 4 feet underwater.  Nalo Farms said it had lost fences and crops
"The 12 acres we have here, we're just going to have to restart and start basically from the first," said operations manager Dillan Hanawahine, according to KHML. From the moment the earth dries, we can enter, plow and finish cleaning, "said Hanawahine. We're probably a month away from nothing. "
A resident of Honolulu posted an Instagram photo of the entrance to his church that was flooded with 10 inches of rainwater. She said the church school and the food pantry , which serves 3,000 people, was also flooded.
CNN's Dave Alsop, Keith Allen, Carma Hassan and Chris Boyette contributed to this report.