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Darby to Bring High Surf, Rain to Big Island as it Passes South

The Big Island’s fight against cancer will continue — tropical storm or not.

Tropical Storm Warning Issued as Darby Approaches

Darby is now a tropical storm, and despite its weakening trend and forecast track keeping it to the south, the Big Island is likely to still see some impacts. The National Weather Service in Honolulu also issued a tropical storm warning for the state.

Darby Continues to Weaken on Westward Trek South of Big Island

Hurricane Darby is forecast to continue weakening as it makes its westward trek to the south of the Big Island, according to the 5 p.m. advisory from the Central Pacific Hurricane Center on Thursday, July 14.

HI-EMA Activates State Emergency Operations Center to Monitor Hurricane Darby

The state is monitoring Hurricane Darby after the now Category 2 and weakening storm crossed into the Central Pacific overnight.

Civil Defense: Darby Forecast to Pass South of Big Island Saturday

Hawai‘i County Civil Defense reports that Hurricane Darby is expected to pass south of the Big Island this weekend.

Hurricane Darby Becomes Major Hurricane Again But Still Expected to Weaken

Hurricane Darby re-intensified Wednesday, July 13, but is still expected to weaken during the next few days.

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Upcoming Hurricane Season Projected to be Less Active

Two to five tropical cyclones are predicted for this year’s Central Pacific hurricane region, officials announced Wednesday.

WATCH: What to do Immediately Following a Flood

SPONSORED: Information in this article and video is provided by Premier Restoration Hawaii. The best thing you can do immediately following a flood or discovering water damage is to call a professional and certified water damage restoration company in order to minimize damages and begin the structural drying process.  However, following a large weather event where […]

Hurricane Douglas Moves Away From Hawaiian Islands

Hurricane Douglas is moving away from the Hawaiian Islands and a hurricane warning is issued for portions of the Papahanaumokukea Marine National Monument. 

Tropical Storm Warning Issued for Kaua‘i County

A tropical storm warning has been issued for Kaua‘i County as Hurricane Douglas continues to move west-northwest to the Hawaiian Islands.

Hurricane Warning Issued for O‘ahu

A hurricane warning has been issued for O‘ahu as Hurricane Douglas continues to move west-northwest toward the Hawaiian Islands.

Hurricane Douglas Now About 390 Miles From Hilo

On the forecast track, Douglas will be near the main Hawaiian Islands late tonight through Sunday night.

Tropical Storm Watch Now Issued for Kaua‘i County

Hurricane Douglas remains at category 2 overnight and a tropical storm watch has now been issued for Kaua‘i County.

Douglas Weakens to Category 2 Hurricane

Douglas weakens slightly and is now classified as a category 2 hurricane.

Hurricane Watch Issued for O‘ahu

A Hurricane Watch means that hurricane conditions are possible within the watch area, in this case within 36 to 48 hours.

Douglas Barreling Toward Hawai‘i as Category 4 Hurricane

Douglas is now barreling toward the Hawaiian Islands as a Category 4 hurricane, weather reports indicate Thursday afternoon.

Douglas Poised to Become Hurricane by Thursday

Tropical Storm Douglas could become a major hurricane on Thursday as it continues its path toward the Hawaiian Islands.

Tropical Storm Douglas Gains Strength As it Moves Toward Hilo

Tropical Storm Douglas is expected to become a hurricane later today or tonight, according to the National Hurricane Center.

VOLCANO WATCH: Why do so many deep earthquakes happen around Pāhala?

The USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) detects tens of thousands of earthquakes each year.
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