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20151023-2300hst-olaf-tracking-t

Hurricane Olaf at category three strength, headed away from Hawaii

As of 11 p.m. HST Friday (Oct 23) Hurricane Olaf was about 625 miles (1005 km) east of Hilo, Hawaii.

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20151022-2300hst-olaf-tracking-t

Hurricane Olaf weakening, heading north, generating large surf

As of 11 p.m. HST Thursday (Oct 22) Hurricane Olaf was about 660 miles (1,065 km) east southeast of Hilo, Hawaii.

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20151021-1700hst-olaf-tracking-t

Hurricane Olaf weakening and turning west northwest

As of 5 p.m. HST Wednesday (Oct 21) Hurricane Olaf was about 800 miles (1,285 km) southeast of Hilo, Hawaii.

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20151020-2300hst-olaf-tracking-t

Olaf is a powerful Category 4 Hurricane with winds of 135 mph

As of 11 p.m. HST Tuesday (Oct 20) Hurricane Olaf was about 940 miles (1,515 km) southeast of Hilo, Hawaii.

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20151019-2300hst-olaf-tracking-t

Olaf now a major hurricane at Category 4 strength

As of 11 p.m. HST Monday (Oct 19) Olaf was a major Category 4 hurricane and was about 1,175 miles (1,890 km) east southeast of Hilo, Hawaii.

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20151018-1700hst-olaf-goes15-t

Hurricane Olaf strengthening in Eastern Pacific, now Category 2 system

As of 11 p.m. HST Sunday (Oct 18) Olaf is a Category Two Hurricane and was about 1,415 miles (2,275 km) east southeast of Hilo, Hawaii.

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Full disk Earth image captured at 11 a.m. HST Thursday, August 7, 2014. You can clearly see Hurricane Iselle close to the Big Island while Hurricane Julio is flowing Iselle's lead. Image courtesy of NOAA-NASA GOES Project

Wish you were here? Trick question, you are here.

Full disk Earth image captured at 11 a.m. HST Thursday, August 7, 2014. You can clearly see Hurricane Iselle close to the Big Island while Hurricane Julio is flowing Iselle’s lead.

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The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite called GOES-11 captured an image of the famous "Pineapple Express" at 1800 UTC (1 p.m. EST) on December, 19, 2010.

NASA image of the “Pineapple Express” to California

The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite called GOES-11 captured an image of the famous “Pineapple Express” at 1800 UTC (1 p.m. EST) on December, 19, 2010.

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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) GOES-13 satellite captures visible and infrared images of the weather over the U.S. East coast.

See what’s brewing in ‘Hurricane Alleys’ live online, on iPad and iPhone via GOES satellite

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) GOES-13 satellite captures visible and infrared images of the weather over the U.S. East coast.

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The second tropical depression of the Eastern Pacific Ocean hurricane season formed close to the western Mexican coast this morning, and the third tropical depression may develop in the next day or two.

Tropical Depression 2-E forms in the Eastern Pacific, number three may follow

The second tropical depression of the Eastern Pacific Ocean hurricane season formed close to the western Mexican coast this morning, and the third tropical depression may develop in the next day or two.

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The GOES-11 satellite captured all four areas of tropical activity in one stunning image at 8 a.m. EDT on August 12. It's a busy season in the eastern Pacific and GOES is watching.

GOES-11 satellite captures a very busy Central and Eastern Pacific Ocean

The GOES-11 satellite captured all four areas of tropical activity in one stunning image at 8 a.m. EDT on August 12. It’s a busy season in the eastern Pacific and GOES is watching.

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Updated Sun (Aug 9 10:50 p.m. HST) Tropical Storm Felicia is 395 miles from Hilo moving west at 10 mph. Tropical storm force winds extend outward up to 140 miles from the center.

Tropical Storm Felicia not weakening, packing 50 mph winds and higher gusts

Updated Sun (Aug 9 10:50 p.m. HST) Tropical Storm Felicia is 395 miles from Hilo moving west at 10 mph. Tropical storm force winds extend outward up to 140 miles from the center.

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Updated Sat (Aug 8 10:56 p.m. HST) Hurricane Felicia is 675 miles from Hilo moving west at 15 mph. There is a 20% chance Felicia becomes a Tropical Storm in 48 hrs, 45% chance it's a Tropical Depression.

Hurricane Felicia continues march to Hawaii with 80 mph winds

Updated Sat (Aug 8 10:56 p.m. HST) Hurricane Felicia is 675 miles from Hilo moving west at 15 mph. There is a 20% chance Felicia becomes a Tropical Storm in 48 hrs, 45% chance it’s a Tropical Depression.

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Enrique no longer a tropical cyclone

Enrique no longer a tropical cyclone

TROPICAL DEPRESSION ENRIQUE ADVISORY NUMBER 17 NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL EP072009 200 PM PDT FRI AUG 07 2009 …ENRIQUE NO LONGER A TROPICAL CYCLONE…THIS IS THE LAST ADVISORY… AT 200 PM PDT…2100 UTC…THE CENTER OF THE REMNANT LOW OF ENRIQUE WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 25.0 NORTH…LONGITUDE 129.8 WEST OR ABOUT 1265 MILES…2035 KM…WEST […]

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