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Hurricane season more quiet than forecast


    People position themselves near Kahauloa Cove as large waves pound the coastline during Tropical Storm Darby in July 2016. While the Central Pacific sees about four to five hurricanes in an average year, forecasters in May predicted five to eight hurricanes for the season.

Following three straight active hurricane seasons, two tropical storm landfalls, millions of dollars in damage and a record-breaking summer in 2015, the Central Pacific Hurricane Center was yet again forecasting the possibility of another busy season. Read more

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