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Hurricane Hector Skirts South Of Hawaii As It Weakens NASA

Hurricane Hector Skirts South Of Hawaii As It Weakens

Gusty winds on the Big Island but no landfall for the category 3 storm.

Hurricane Hector Still Expected To Stay South Of Hawaii NASA

Hurricane Hector Still Expected To Stay South Of Hawaii

The storm is expected to weaken as it continues west. It’ll be south of the Big Island early Wednesday.

Forecasters Predict Central Pacific Could See Up To 6 Hurricanes This Season Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Forecasters Predict Central Pacific Could See Up To 6 Hurricanes This Season

Weak El Nino conditions — water warming on the surface of the ocean along the equator — could make the next few months stormier.

VIDEO: Hurricane Lester As Seen From International Space Station Screenshot: NASA Johnson Space Center

VIDEO: Hurricane Lester As Seen From International Space Station

NASA released two videos of Hurricane Lester shot from the International Space Station orbiting 257 miles above Earth.

What’s Up With Pali, The Pacific’s Early-Bird Hurricane? NOAA

What’s Up With Pali, The Pacific’s Early-Bird Hurricane?

Not only is it the earliest on record in the central Pacific, it’s also moved closer to the equator than any other Northern Hemisphere cyclone on record.

NWS: Hurricane Oho No Threat to Hawaii NWS

NWS: Hurricane Oho No Threat to Hawaii

Hurricane Oho is passing east of the islands while gaining strength.

Ignacio, Jimena — Kevin? How Storms Are Named in Hawaii NOAA

Ignacio, Jimena — Kevin? How Storms Are Named in Hawaii

It depends on where the cyclone forms in relation to 140 degrees longitude. Malia follows Kilo and Loke.

Hurricane Ignacio Slowly Moving Toward Hawaii

Hurricane Ignacio Slowly Moving Toward Hawaii

The storm could reach the Big Island by Monday.

Kilo ‘Less of a Threat’ to Hawaii, But Still May Become a Hurricane NOAA

Kilo ‘Less of a Threat’ to Hawaii, But Still May Become a Hurricane

The latest forecasts keep the storm “well to the west” of Hawaii for at least the next five days. Meanwhile, more disturbances develop.

Hawaii Hurricanes