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 1 yr | Kilo becomes a major category 4 hurricane far west of Johnston Atoll, no threat to land - CPHC
  


  Pacific Ocean        20 UPDATES

 


 1 yr | Tropical storm watches issued for Hawaii’s Big Island and Maui as Tropical Storm Guillermo nears, not expected to make landfall - CPHC
  


  Hawaii        20 UPDATES

 

 1 yr | Hurricane Guillermo closes in on Hawaii, could make landfall on Wednesday

              Hurricane Guillermo is continuing to close in on the Hawaiian islands, with weather models indicating that the system could make landfall on Wednesday or Thursday after weakening to a tropical storm. Guillermo currently has maximum sustained winds near 90 miles (150 kilometers) per hour, with highest gusts, though steady weakening is expected to commence on Monday. The system is forecast to move just north of the Big Island as a tropical storm on Wednesday before making landfall on Maui on early Thursday, though only a slight change in direction could place Guillermo directly over the Big Island. "All interests in the main Hawaiian islands should monitor the progress of Hurricane Guillermo during the next couple of days," the Central Pacific Hurricane Center said in its latest advisory.   


  Hawaii        20 UPDATES

 

 1 yr | Hurricane Guillermo forms in Eastern Pacific, may head towards Hawaii

              Hurricane Guillermo has formed in the Eastern Pacific with maximum sustained winds near 80 miles (130 kilometers) per hour, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) reports. Forecasters expect that the storm could become a category two hurricane before a weakening trend begins, after which it could impact the Hawaiian islands on Wednesday. By that time, however, the storm is expected to have weakened to a tropical storm, if not further.   


  Hawaii        20 UPDATES

 


 1 yr | Tropical Storm Felicia forms far off Mexico’s Pacific coast, but poses no threat to land - NHC
  


       20 UPDATES

 

 1 yr | Dolores strengthens to a category 4 hurricane as it nears Mexican island

              Hurricane Dolores has rapidly strengthened to a major category four storm with maximum sustained winds near 130 miles (215 kilometers) per hour as it nears Socorro Island off Mexico's Pacific coast, the U.S. National Hurricane Center reports. Dolores is expected to pass very close to Socorro Island, which is home to a naval base and a small town, over the next few hours. [advisory attached]   


  Socorro Island, Mexico        20 UPDATES

 

 1 yr | Dolores reaches hurricane strength off Mexico’s Pacific coast - NHC

              Dolores has strengthened into a category one hurricane off Mexico's Pacific coast with maximum sustained winds near 75 miles (120 kilometers) per hour, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) reports. "Additional strengthening is forecast during the next 48 hours, and Dolores is expected to become a major hurricane on Wednesday," the center says in its latest advisory. Dolores is expected to hit Socorro Island, which is home to a naval base and a small town.   


  Socorro Island, Mexico        20 UPDATES

 

 1 yr | Tropical Storm Dolores forecast to hit Mexican island as major hurricane

              Tropical Storm Dolores is continuing to strengthen off Mexico's Pacific coast and may hit Socorro Island as a major category three hurricane on Wednesday, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC). Maximum winds of Dolores are currently near 70 mph (110 km/h) with higher gusts, but the storm is expected to become a category three hurricane before it reaches Socorro Island, which is home to a naval base and a small town. It is about 600 kms (372 miles) off the Mexico's western coast.   


  Socorro Island, Mexico        20 UPDATES

 

 1 yr | Tropical Storm Ela forms east of the Big Island, expected to miss Hawaii - CPHC

              Tropical Storm Ela has formed about 650 miles (1,050 kilometers) east of the Big Island with maximum sustained winds near 40 miles (65 kilometers) per hour, making it the first tropical storm of the Central Pacific hurricane season, the Central Pacific Hurricane Center reports. Ela, which is expected to begin weakening on Thursday night, is forecast to move far north of the Hawaiian islands, though authorities have advised residents to monitor the progress of the storm.   


  Hawaii        20 UPDATES

 





 


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