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Daniel's remnants to bring some wind, rain; Hurricane Emilia expected to weaken

By Star-Advertiser & Associated Press

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LAST UPDATED: 06:32 p.m. HST, Jul 12, 2012


 

What's left of former hurricane Daniel is bringing high surf to the east shores of Hawaii island and is expected to bring stronger tradewinds to all islands and rain to Hawaii island starting tonight, the National Weather Service said.

It is one of three storms formed in the Eastern Pacific that forecasters are watching but say should not threaten the islands.

Daniel — now a remnant low-pressure system — was about 530 miles east-southeast of Hilo Thursday evening and should pass south of the islands by Saturday.

Waves generated by Daniel led the National Weather Service to issue a high surf advisory for the east shores of the Big Island. Surf there was 6 to 9 feet, with possible bigger sets, forecasters said. The advisory remains in effect through 6 p.m. Friday. 

The Central Pacific Hurricane Center has stopped issuing advisories on Daniel and forecasters said there is no chance of it becoming a tropical cyclone again.

Next up is Hurricane Emilia which is centered about 1,025 miles west-southwest of the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California and is moving west toward at 12 mph. Emilia, as of Thursday evening, was packing maximum sustained winds of 85 mph.

Like Daniel, the storm is weakening as it moves over cooler waters and is expected to be another remnant low-pressure system when it reaches the Central Pacific early next week.

Further east, Tropical Storm Fabio is strengthening in the Pacific and could become a hurricane Friday.

The National Hurricane Center in Miami says the new storm's maximum sustained winds were 60 mph Thursday evening.

Fabio's center was about 470 miles southwest of Manzanillo, Mexico, and is moving west at 10 mph.

While it is projected to be a hurricane Friday and Saturday, Fabio is also expected to move north over cooler waters, and weaken to a tropical depression far from Mexico's coast by Tuesday.







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allie wrote:
we could use the rain!
on July 7,2012 | 08:18AM
peanutgallery wrote:
Everyone can thank the little fat guy for raiding the Hurricane fund.
on July 8,2012 | 07:18PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
and now, returning for the fifth time, the unfeated lightweight champion of the world, the bearded one, the one and only ........... KNEEEEEEEEL (as in TheBus) AAAAAAABBBBUUUUUUUURRRRRRCRUUUUMBBEEEEEE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
on July 9,2012 | 05:28AM
SteveToo wrote:
I remember when Kneeeeel and his SDS friends burned down the ROTC building at the U of H at Manoa.
on July 11,2012 | 02:27PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
What is SDS? Really, what year was that? I took ROTC in high school for my sophomore and junior years. And to think that we think of Tom Berg with his antics. Neil however is too smooth of a mainland talker (in Japanese, we call that shaberu, or talk too much). I wish he would shave off his face lol, and get a haircut.
on July 11,2012 | 05:47PM
false wrote:
You beat me to this comment this morning!
on July 9,2012 | 07:17AM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
I give u a little secret, I am Bruce Wayne.
on July 9,2012 | 08:05AM
dontbelieveinmyths wrote:
Then why put it in your headlines?
on July 7,2012 | 09:08AM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
who u talkin' to?
on July 9,2012 | 05:30AM
dontbelieveinmyths wrote:
I had put that comment in the other day when the headline was Daniel poses no threat. Don't know how my comment got here. This is not the first time this has happened.
on July 10,2012 | 05:34AM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
I presume your comment was sent for approval. I always thought that if one swore, one would get sent for approval. Not the usual case though. If one challenges those posh writers at the Waterfront offices or whatever they are called, then one gets sent to Kirisu.
on July 11,2012 | 05:49PM
squidman22 wrote:
It's the politically correct statement. It's all about image and not necessarily about useful and effective journalism.
on July 7,2012 | 10:58AM
Solfan wrote:
Don't even think about the "I" word.
on July 7,2012 | 01:19PM
SteveToo wrote:
Please rain only in the mountains. Rain at my home only makes the weeds grow then I have to break out the weed whacker and herbicide.
on July 7,2012 | 01:54PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
u know like TheRail, follow where the money goes, the rainy spots are where the mango trees grow like crazy.
on July 9,2012 | 05:31AM
Mikilai wrote:
Like
on July 11,2012 | 11:31AM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
No like, oh I mean like.
on July 11,2012 | 05:50PM
mkacirc1 wrote:
This is the wakeup call, the first hurricane of the season, even if we probably won't get anything but a few showers. Time to make sure your emergency kits and other preparations are ready to go, just in case.
on July 7,2012 | 04:36PM
al_kiqaeda wrote:
Costco might still have some emergency food kits (220 freeze dried meals) in a sealed 5 gal bucket. They are CHEAP!!! ($67) other brands are over $100-$150 plus another $30 shipping. They only carry it once or twice a year and they are almost out.
on July 9,2012 | 06:36PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Yah, u probably need some for your friends in The Middle East.
on July 11,2012 | 05:51PM
squidman22 wrote:
Its a kinder gentler way of saying, yes it is a hurricane and its is tracking our way but its kind of far right now and dont panic but be aware and be prepared. You know all those fools who wait till the storm is on your doorstep and then panicking to go fill gas and buy water.
on July 7,2012 | 08:18PM
localguy wrote:
Ok everyone, Lets all panic and make the toilet paper and rice raids at Costco. Hurry up, get them while you can.
on July 8,2012 | 11:53AM
al_kiqaeda wrote:
Nah, have been buying one thing from Costco (soup, water, extra toilet paper, etc) once every couple of months to sock away for my now pretty decent hurricane supplies. I just cycle stuff out to keep it fresh. I've also been buying the Kirkland laundry soap in the square buckets. When the soap is gone I wash them out, paint them white (so I can label the contents), and save them for weather resistant storage buckets for stuff like soap, batteries, TP, medical supplies. I like the square shape because it takes up less space in the closet. Now if I have to evac loading up the car will be super fast.
on July 9,2012 | 06:48PM
Holomua wrote:
I for one found this information useful. I can expect rain and wind next week. I don't know what the hell everyone else is complaining about.
on July 8,2012 | 12:56PM
false wrote:
the headline says "will" bring rain whereas the National Weather Service, in the first paragraph, says "could" bring rain. Does the SA know something the NWS doesn't know? What is the NWS trying to hide? What does the SA know and when did they know it? This has conspiracy written all over it. I smell a Congressional investigation coming.
on July 8,2012 | 01:51PM
copperwire9 wrote:
Take a break, falsehood.
on July 8,2012 | 02:26PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Nah, he is just practicing. Wait until CouncilmanBerg shows up. u will see Bruce Wayne, instead of Batman.
on July 9,2012 | 05:32AM
Bothrops wrote:
A future hurricane named "Fabio"? PLease. It will rip the bodices right off Hawaii.
on July 8,2012 | 02:00PM
likewise wrote:
Okay, you just made me snort my cola up my nose. =o)
on July 8,2012 | 02:04PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
neva mind with all da jokes. u no can be one Frank dee leee maa.
on July 9,2012 | 05:33AM
al_kiqaeda wrote:
Yeah, now I have an image of bare naked Koolaus.
on July 9,2012 | 06:37PM
rayhawaii wrote:
Does the rain include the Westside of the island?
on July 8,2012 | 03:21PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
all over, if the eye hits the Hawaiian Islands.
on July 9,2012 | 05:33AM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Emilia is still strong. I was out near the blowhole scenic site two days ago and i talked to a couple from Long Island, New York. I had mentioned to them that it was very dangerous with those seemingly 35 MPH winds swirling about. I mentioned to them that it was unusual for winds as strong as that, however i was not aware that there was Amelia Earhart swirling about nearby. Now I know. There was something wrong with that paragraph above. Would anyone like to guess what it is? This is an English Quiz. If u get it right, I will stop bothering u about the Internet, lol.
on July 9,2012 | 08:02AM
hilopango wrote:
Some of the stores I went to yesterday were conspicuously low on toilet paper and bottled water...!
on July 9,2012 | 10:50AM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Barry needed them to weep when he loses to Milt.
on July 11,2012 | 05:52PM
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