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Miriam expected to become a tropical depression

Miriam is expected to become a tropical depression later tonight as it weakens far east-northeast of the islands. Read More

Norman forecast to approach the Central Pacific basin Tuesday

Norman is expected to approach the Central Pacific basin Tuesday and gradually start weakening Sunday. Read More

Hurricane Miriam expected to rapidly weaken this weekend

Hurricane Miriam is expected to rapidly weaken this weekend and become a post-tropical remnant low on Sunday. Read More

Norman expected to maintain strength during the next few days

Norman remains a category 4 hurricane, moving toward the west-southwest near 9 mph. Read More

Hurricane Miriam crosses into Central Pacific

Hurricane Miriam has crossed into the Central Pacific, just barely a Category 1 hurricane. Read More

Norman, far to the east, is strengthening

Hurricane Norman continues moving toward the west and is on a strengthening trend, the National Hurricane Center said. Read More

Tropical Storm Miriam continues westward motion

Tropical Storm Miriam continued its westward motion today and is currently located 1,230 miles east-southeast of Hilo. Read More

Kauai residents urged to stay off roads during flash flood warning

A flash flood warning for Kauai has been extended until 8:30 p.m., while a flood advisory for the Big Island is in effect until 6:15 p.m. Read More

Flash flood warning dropped for Kauai, but school, roads still closed

A flash flood warning has been canceled for Kauai, but a flash flood watch remains in effect for all islands through Tuesday afternoon. Read More

Tropical Storm Miriam expected to become a hurricane later this week

The storm is forecast to slow down and turn toward the north-northwest later this week, reaching the Central Pacific late Wednesday or early Thursday. Read More

Latest updates: Tropical storm warning canceled for Oahu, Maui

Lingering moisture from the storm is expected to produce additional flash flooding and landslides. Read More

Lane weakens but still could leave flooding in its wake

Once-powerful Lane lost its swagger Friday afternoon, starting to make its long-anticipated turn to the west after strong high-level wind shear ganged up on the top of the hurricane. Read More

Most in homeless camp shelter with relatives during storm

A majority of the folks living in the Puuhonua o Waianae homeless camp left the grounds to ride out the arrival of Lane, leaving fewer than 50 people behind to watch over the makeshift village next to Waianae Small Boat Harbor. Read More

Active-duty military task force, National Guard ready for Lane

A joint task force was set up to marshal Hawaii National Guard and active-duty military relief capabilities before now-Tropical Storm Lane started to sputter, though still hanging onto 70 mph winds as of Friday evening. Read More

Hawaii County struggles with impact of 3 days of epic rainfall

East Hawaii on Friday endured a third day of epic rainfall from what was Hurricane Lane, flooding highways, severing power to homes across Hawaii island and overwhelming three sewage pump stations around Hilo Bay, triggering raw sewage spills at all three sites. Read More

Storm wind fans flames of destructive Lahaina fire

The threat of then-Hurricane Lane was briefly overshadowed Friday by a wind-whipped brush fire that burned up to 2,000 acres and at least seven homes in Lahaina, injured one person and forced the evacuation of hundreds of others. Read More

Over 100 take shelter at Red Cross center

More than a hundred people stayed at the American Red Cross shelter at Kaimuki High School on Thursday evening. Read More

Government officials and industry leaders provide updates on Hurricane Lane

Hurricane Lane continues to weaken as it approaches the Hawaii islands, but hurricane-force winds are still a possibility for Oahu and Maui County, Leigh Anne Eaton, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service told reporters during a noon media briefing at the state emergency operations center in Diamond Head crater. Read More

VIDEO: NOAA meteorologist answers reader questions about Hurricane Lane

Yunji de Nies and Ryan Kalei Tsuji were live on Facebook at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration office today in Honolulu taking your questions with a NOAA meteorologist. Read More

Some Oahu businesses brave onset of Hurricane Lane

Most Oahu residents sheltered in place at home Friday, but some business operators decided to stay open to serve whoever ventured out ahead of the expected arrival of tropical storm-force winds or torrential rain from Hurricane Lane. Read More

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