Hurricane Douglas Has Passed Hawaii – No Significant Damage

Bill's Blog

Hurricane Douglas has passed by and is now moving away from the Hawaiian Islands. The eye of the storm passed north of the islands out over open water. Douglas was a Category 4 storm, but it has weakened, as expected, as it approached the islands. Most peak gusts were in the 35-45 mph range on the islands (mainly north shore) and the heaviest rainfall remained off shore. Here’s current Hawaii weather observations.

The storm will weaken and become just a small tropical depression as it moves into the Central Pacific.

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Click Here for the last 3-day Cone Printer Friendly Graphic Here’s the latest Forecast Discussion, Public Advisory, Forecast Advisory, Key Messages, Wind Gust Forecast, and a Satellite view of the storm. Here’s the arrival time of the stronger winds:time of arrival graphic

Hawaii radar:

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You can follow local coverage of the Hurricane on KHON.

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