- The state has entered hurricane season, and residents should discuss emergency preparedness actions with friends and family. Officials recommend a 14-day emergency supply.
- Please stay informed and updated.
Hurricane Erick entered Central Pacific waters yesterday morning. Erick is forecast to continue to gradually weaken through the week as it tracks south of the Hawaiian Islands. Residents should be prepared for high surf and the potential for heavy rains and high humidity beginning Thursday night.
While the track remains south of the islands, tropical cyclones can make unpredictable movements. Remain vigilant and monitor the progress of the storm. There is also another hurricane behind it. Hurricane Flossie just became a hurricane today, and could potentially affect the state as early as Monday, August 5.
- See the Central Pacific Hurricane Center website for updates.
UH officials will continue to monitor the storms and provide updates on the situations.
The state has entered hurricane season, and residents should discuss emergency preparedness actions with friends and family. Officials recommend a 14-day emergency supply.
Please stay informed and updated
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