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Friday 11 p.m. update: Lane downgraded to a tropical storm, still pounding Hawaii Island with rain

Lane is moving toward the north-northwest near 3 mph (6 km/h), and this general motion is expected to continue through Saturday morning.

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Thursday 11 p.m. update: Hurricane Lane’s rains cause floods and landslides

Hawaii Island has been downgraded to a Hurricane Watch. Excessive rainfall associated with Lane will impact the Hawaiian Islands into the weekend, leading to significant and life-threatening flash flooding and landslides.

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Wednesday 11 p.m. update: Category 4 Hurricane Lane’s rain bands reach Hawaii Island

Lane will pass dangerously close to the main Hawaiian Islands as a hurricane Thursday and Friday, and is expected to bring damaging winds.

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NWS 11 p.m. update: Hurricane Warning issued as Lane, now Category 5, approaches Hawaiian Islands

A Hurricane Warning is issued when hurricane conditions of damaging winds, damaging surf, and flooding rains are possible within 36 hours.

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As Hurricane Lane nears Hawaii high surf closes some beach parks

Lane is a powerful category 4 hurricane. A Hurricane Watch may be required for portions of the main Hawaiian Islands on Tuesday.

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Hurricane Lane forecast to pass Hawaii this week, residents should prepare

Lane is forecast to pass south of Hawaii Island this week, potentially causing local impacts as it tracks west-northwestward.

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At 11 p.m. HST the center of Tropical Storm Fernanda was located 840 miles East-Southeast of South Point Hawaii. Maximum sustained winds of 50 mph with higher gusts

Tropical Storm Fernanda update for Thursday (Aug 18)

At 11 p.m. HST the center of Tropical Storm Fernanda was located 840 miles East-Southeast of South Point Hawaii. Maximum sustained winds of 50 mph with higher gusts

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As of 11 p.m. HST the center of Tropical Storm Fernanda was located about 1,350 miles East-Southeast of South Point. The National Hurricane Center models show that the storm will not become a hurricane.

NASA satellite keeps track of Tropical Storm Fernanda

As of 11 p.m. HST the center of Tropical Storm Fernanda was located about 1,350 miles East-Southeast of South Point. The National Hurricane Center models show that the storm will not become a hurricane.

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NOAA expects below normal Central Pacific hurricane season

NOAA expects below normal Central Pacific hurricane season

MEDIA RELEASE NOAA’s Central Pacific Hurricane Center has announced projected climate conditions point to a below normal hurricane season in the Central Pacific basin this year. The outlook was issued at a news conference called to urge Hawaii residents to be fully prepared for the onset of the hurricane season, which begins June 1. “It […]

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Tropical Depression Lana has passed the Big Island and is about 510 miles South-Southwest of Honolulu. Maximum sustained winds are near 35 mph with higher gusts, some weakening is forecast within 24 hours.

Lana passes the Big Island, downgraded to Tropical Depression

Tropical Depression Lana has passed the Big Island and is about 510 miles South-Southwest of Honolulu. Maximum sustained winds are near 35 mph with higher gusts, some weakening is forecast within 24 hours.

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This system is moving to the west at 10 to 15 mph, placing it west of 140W in the Central Pacific Hurricane Center area of responsibility Thursday afternoon or evening. Once in the central Pacific, development, if any, would be slow to occur.

Thunderstorm system moving into Central Pacific

This system is moving to the west at 10 to 15 mph, placing it west of 140W in the Central Pacific Hurricane Center area of responsibility Thursday afternoon or evening. Once in the central Pacific, development, if any, would be slow to occur.

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