Lane has deteriorated to an exposed low level circulation, with all the main convection hundreds of miles to the east – unfortunately, still over the islands of Hawai’i. Things should hopefully start to clear out later today, although there is a big area of convection still moving over the region. Rain has been historic in places, and the Big Island hit hard with flooding, but all of the islands have seen a lot of rain, and there is ongoing risk for flooding on the already hard hit (from floods this spring) island of Kaua’i. Here is an InfraRed satellite view from 7:30am east coast time (1:30am Hawai’i time). Lane will virtually disappear today, but may come back in a couple of days as an extratropical system of some kind.