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Strong wind and steady rain expected through weekend

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By Gary T. Kubota

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 05, 2013

~~<p>The blustery weather that caused a spate of power failures, raised surf on east-facing shores, downed trees and forced the postponement of a men's professional golf tournament is expected to continue today with high winds and rain.</p>
<p>Organizers of the Hyun&shy;dai Tournament of Champions at the Kapa&shy;lua Plantation Course, where breezes gusted to 45 mph Friday, were hoping to restart the West Maui tournament this morning.</p>
~~

The blustery weather that caused a spate of power failures, raised surf on east-facing shores, downed trees and forced the postponement of a men's professional golf tournament is expected to continue today with high winds and rain.

Organizers of the Hyun­dai Tournament of Champions at the Kapa­lua Plantation Course, where breezes gusted to 45 mph Friday, were hoping to restart the West Maui tournament this morning. Login for more...



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