Tag Archive | "hurricane julio"

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Hurricane Julio tracking North of Hawaiian Islands

Hurricane Julio is tracking North above the main Hawaiian Island chain and will bring high surf to North and East shores of the Big Island.

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High Surf Warning for Big Island North and East shores

The National Weather Service in Honolulu has issued a High Surf Warning for East facing shores of Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Maui and the Big Island. A large East swell generated from Hurricane Julio will bring warning levels through 6 a.m. Monday (Aug 11). Surf is forecast to be in the 10-15 foot range today on […]

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High surf and small craft advisories for Big Island

The National Weather Service in Honolulu has issued a High Surf Advisory for East facing shores of the Big Island, Maui, Molokai and Oahu until 6 a.m. Monday (Aug 11).

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Getting ready for Hurricanes Iselle and Julio

Hilo gets ready for the storms and Hawaii County Civil Defense Director Darryl Oliveira talks about Hurricane Iselle.

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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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Preparedness tips for Hawaii residents from FEMA as Hurricanes Iselle and Julio approach

“I urge residents and visitors to follow the direction of state and local officials,” FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate said. “Be prepared and stay tuned to local media – weather conditions can change quickly as these storms approach.” When disasters occur, the first responders are local emergency and public works personnel, volunteers, humanitarian organizations and numerous […]

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