Hurricane Tracker

Tropical weather update: Tropical Storm Greg moving well south of Big Island; Fernanda continues to weaken

The two tropical storms continue to churn in the Central and Eastern Pacific basins, but neither should have any impacts on the Hawaiian Islands.

Tropical Storm Greg update: Storm not expected to impact Hawai‘i Island

Greg is moving toward the west near 13 mph with tropical-storm-force winds extending outward up to 35 miles from its center.

Tropical weather update: Tropical Storm Fernanda forms in Eastern Pacific

It’s too early to tell, however, if the tropical storm or two other developing low pressure systems in the Eastern Pacific will impact the Hawaiian Islands.

Update: Dora moves past Hawaiʻi Island; strong winds continue through Wednesday

Category 4 Hurricane Dora is passing south of the Big Island today with sustained winds of 130 mph. It is bringing high winds, high surf and dry conditions with fire hazards.

Category 4 Hurricane Dora will bring high winds, high surf to Big Island Monday through Wednesday

While Category 4 Hurricane Dora will pass well south of the Hawaiian Islands in the next couple of days, the storm will bring high winds of 30 to 45 mph, with gusts over 65 mph.

Dora maintains Category 4 intensity as hurricane moves west across the Central Pacific, south of the Hawaiian Islands

As of 5 p.m. Sunday, Dora was about 890 miles east-southeast of South Point on the Big Island and 1,725 miles east of Johnston Island moving west at 22 mph. The hurricane had maximum sustained winds of 140 mph, with hurricane-force winds extending up to 25 miles out from the storm’s center.

UPDATE: Dora intensifies again, now a Category 4 hurricane as it continues westward track toward Central Pacific

As of 5 p.m., Hurricane Dora was about 1,335 miles east-southeast of South Point on the Big Island, moving west at 18 mph. The forecast track continues to show the hurricane passing well to the south of the Hawaiian Islands.

UPDATE: Dora weakens to Category 2 hurricane; storm expected to cross into Central Pacific on Sunday

As of 5 p.m. Aug. 4, the hurricane was about 1,735 miles east of South Point on the Big Island and continuing on a westward track at about 18 mph.

UPDATE: Dora intensifies to Category 4 hurricane, still expected to pass south of Hawaiʻi

As of 5 p.m. Thursday, Dora was 1,070 miles west-southwest of the southern tip of Baja California, or 2,130 miles east-southeast of Hilo, traveling west at about 18 mph and was continued to do so for the next several days.

UPDATE No. 4: Calvin now a post-tropical cyclone; Big Island no longer under tropical storm warning

Tropical storm conditions have ended. Locally gusty winds will likely continue today before easing tonight, with additional rainfall totals of 1 to 3 inches possible on the Big Island as what was Calvin moves away from the state to the west.

UPDATE No. 6: Calvin now 140 miles south of Hilo; flood advisory issued for eastern portions of Big Island

As of 11 p.m. Tuesday, Tropical Storm Calvin was about 140 miles south of Hilo on the Big Island with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph.

Myth busted: Maunakea, Mauna Loa do not protect Big Island from tropical cyclones

Just because we’ve had some close calls that turned out to be nothing and a few quiet hurricane seasons doesn’t mean it’s impossible for the storms to strike and weather officials urge everyone to be prepared

UPDATE No. 2: Calvin now about 1,540 miles east-southeast of Hilo on the Big Island, still moving west-northwest

The tropical cyclone is now moving slightly faster at about 17 mph and remains over open ocean and on a track that looks to bring it to near or over the Big Island — possibly as a tropical storm — as early as Tuesday next week.

UPDATE No. 2: Calvin maintains Category 3 status; now less than 2,000 miles from Hilo

The National Hurricane Center in Miami, Fla., says swells generated by Calvin are expected to reach Hawaiʻi shores by early next week and “are likely to cause life-threatening surf and rip current conditions.”

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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