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The National Weather Service in Honolulu reports that Tropical Depression Six-E is about 1,600 mile East-Southeast of Hilo and is moving West at nine miles per hour.

Tropical Depression is predicted to have little effect on Hawaii’s weather

The National Weather Service in Honolulu reports that Tropical Depression Six-E is about 1,600 mile East-Southeast of Hilo and is moving West at nine miles per hour.

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NOAA maps where hurricanes meet ocean heat

NOAA maps where hurricanes meet ocean heat

MEDIA RELEASE Tropical cyclones may feed and grow stronger on ocean heat, and a new Google Earth application based on satellite altimetry observations shows where they may find it. The application maps the heat contained in the upper portion of the ocean that can fuel storms – what scientists call the “Tropical Cyclone Heat Potential” […]

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Hurricane Neki continues to track northwestward and strengthen  far southwest of the main Hawaiian Islands....
 
A tropical storm watch continues for Johnston Island. a tropical  storm watch means that tropical storm conditions are possible in  the watch area within the next 48 hours.

Hurricane Neki gaining strength, Johnston Island under tropical storm watch

Hurricane Neki continues to track northwestward and strengthen far southwest of the main Hawaiian Islands…. A tropical storm watch continues for Johnston Island. a tropical storm watch means that tropical storm conditions are possible in the watch area within the next 48 hours.

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Guillermo, still a tropical storm, passing far north of the Big Island

Guillermo, still a tropical storm, passing far north of the Big Island

TROPICAL STORM GUILLERMO ADVISORY NUMBER 29 NWS CENTRAL PACIFIC HURRICANE CENTER HONOLULU HI EP102009 1100 PM HST TUE AUG 18 2009 …GUILLERMO STILL A TROPICAL STORM FAR TO THE NORTHEAST OF HAWAII… AT 1100 PM HST…0900 UTC…THE CENTER OF TROPICAL STORM GUILLERMO WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 29.1 NORTH…LONGITUDE 153.5 WEST OR ABOUT 605 MILES NORTH-NORTHEAST […]

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Enrique no longer a tropical cyclone

Enrique no longer a tropical cyclone

TROPICAL DEPRESSION ENRIQUE ADVISORY NUMBER 17 NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL EP072009 200 PM PDT FRI AUG 07 2009 …ENRIQUE NO LONGER A TROPICAL CYCLONE…THIS IS THE LAST ADVISORY… AT 200 PM PDT…2100 UTC…THE CENTER OF THE REMNANT LOW OF ENRIQUE WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 25.0 NORTH…LONGITUDE 129.8 WEST OR ABOUT 1265 MILES…2035 KM…WEST […]

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Felica is moving toward the west near 12 mph with maximum sustained winds near 105 mph with higher gusts. Felicia is now a category two hurricane and will likely become a major hurricane later Wednesday (Aug 5). Following Felicia is Tropical Storm Enrique which is weakening and expected to become absorbed by Hurricane Felicia.

Hurricane Felicia now category two and rapidly growing in strength

Felica is moving toward the west near 12 mph with maximum sustained winds near 105 mph with higher gusts. Felicia is now a category two hurricane and will likely become a major hurricane later Wednesday (Aug 5). Following Felicia is Tropical Storm Enrique which is weakening and expected to become absorbed by Hurricane Felicia.

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In the early afternoon hours of June 24, the once-hurricane Andres breathed his last in the waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean, and two NASA satellites were there for him.

Two NASA Satellites Catch Andres’ Last Breath

In the early afternoon hours of June 24, the once-hurricane Andres breathed his last in the waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean, and two NASA satellites were there for him.

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This year Tropical Storm Andres became the first named storm of the season after forming about 180 miles off of the southwestern coast of Mexico on the evening (local time) of June 21.

TRMM sees that Tropical Storm Andres has a good circulation

This year Tropical Storm Andres became the first named storm of the season after forming about 180 miles off of the southwestern coast of Mexico on the evening (local time) of June 21.

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