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The GOES-11 satellite captured all four areas of tropical activity in one stunning image at 8 a.m. EDT on August 12. It's a busy season in the eastern Pacific and GOES is watching.

GOES-11 satellite captures a very busy Central and Eastern Pacific Ocean

The GOES-11 satellite captured all four areas of tropical activity in one stunning image at 8 a.m. EDT on August 12. It’s a busy season in the eastern Pacific and GOES is watching.

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Updated Tue (Aug 11 11:01 a.m. HST) The National Weather Service advises that Tropical Depression Felicia could still cause heavy rains and gusty winds.

TD Felicia dissipating, tropical storm watch is cancelled for Hawaii

Updated Tue (Aug 11 11:01 a.m. HST) The National Weather Service advises that Tropical Depression Felicia could still cause heavy rains and gusty winds.

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DLNR closes some state parks, forest areas as Felicia arrives

DLNR closes some state parks, forest areas as Felicia arrives

MEDIA RELEASE HONOLULU – The Department of Land and Natural Resources has closed certain state parks, forest reserves and other areas for public safety as Tropical Storm Felicia arrives in the islands. Weather forecasts continue to anticipate Felicia continuing as a low end tropical storm with strong winds, possibility of localized heavy rains on all […]

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Updated Sun (Aug 9 10:50 p.m. HST) Tropical Storm Felicia is 395 miles from Hilo moving west at 10 mph. Tropical storm force winds extend outward up to 140 miles from the center.

Tropical Storm Felicia not weakening, packing 50 mph winds and higher gusts

Updated Sun (Aug 9 10:50 p.m. HST) Tropical Storm Felicia is 395 miles from Hilo moving west at 10 mph. Tropical storm force winds extend outward up to 140 miles from the center.

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Weather Service issues high surf warning due to Felicia

Weather Service issues high surf warning due to Felicia

COASTAL HAZARD MESSAGE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HONOLULU HI 445 PM HST SUN AUG 9 2009 …FELICIA TO PRODUCE LARGE WAVES ALONG EAST FACING SHORES… .OVERVIEW…WAVES ASSOCIATED WITH TROPICAL CYCLONE FELICIA WILL CONTINUE TO RISE TONIGHT AND MONDAY. MOLOKAI WINDWARD-MAUI WINDWARD WEST-WINDWARD HALEAKALA- SOUTH BIG ISLAND-BIG ISLAND NORTH AND EAST- 445 PM HST SUN AUG 9 […]

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Updated Sat (Aug 8 10:56 p.m. HST) Hurricane Felicia is 675 miles from Hilo moving west at 15 mph. There is a 20% chance Felicia becomes a Tropical Storm in 48 hrs, 45% chance it's a Tropical Depression.

Hurricane Felicia continues march to Hawaii with 80 mph winds

Updated Sat (Aug 8 10:56 p.m. HST) Hurricane Felicia is 675 miles from Hilo moving west at 15 mph. There is a 20% chance Felicia becomes a Tropical Storm in 48 hrs, 45% chance it’s a Tropical Depression.

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NASA satellite imagery has helped forecasters see that Hurricane Felicia is running into cooler waters and increasing wind shear, two things have taken her strength "down a peg or two."

Hurricane Felicia eyeing Hawaii while weakening on weekend

NASA satellite imagery has helped forecasters see that Hurricane Felicia is running into cooler waters and increasing wind shear, two things have taken her strength “down a peg or two.”

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Felicia is weakening with maximum sustained winds near 115 mph with higher gusts and is moving towards Hawaii at 10 mph. Weakening is forecast as Felicia moves over cooler waters.

Felicia weakens to category 3 hurricane as it moves to cooler waters towards Hawaii

Felicia is weakening with maximum sustained winds near 115 mph with higher gusts and is moving towards Hawaii at 10 mph. Weakening is forecast as Felicia moves over cooler waters.

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NASA Eyes Category 4 Hurricane Felicia and a Stubborn Enrique

NASA Eyes Category 4 Hurricane Felicia and a Stubborn Enrique

By Rob Gutro, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center Felicia is the storm that rules the Eastern Pacific Ocean this week, but Enrique refuses to give up. Felicia is a major hurricane with sustained winds near 140 mph, and Enrique is still hanging onto tropical storm status with 50 mph sustained winds. Both cyclones are close […]

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Felicia has winds near 140 mph with higher gusts and is expected to weaken Thursday (Aug 6). Felicia is moving northwest near 12 mph with hurricane force winds extend up to 40 miles from center, tropical storm force winds 155 miles from center.

Felicia, a category 4 hurricane with 140mph winds, is expected to weaken Thursday

Felicia has winds near 140 mph with higher gusts and is expected to weaken Thursday (Aug 6). Felicia is moving northwest near 12 mph with hurricane force winds extend up to 40 miles from center, tropical storm force winds 155 miles from center.

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Mayor is briefed on Hurricane Felicia

Mayor is briefed on Hurricane Felicia

MEDIA RELEASE Mayor Billy Kenoi was briefed on Hurricane Felicia at the Hawai’i County Civil Defense headquarters today, and reminded County of Hawai’i residents to always be vigilant and prepared in hurricane season. Hurricane Felicia is about 1,700 miles East-Southeast of the Island of Hawai’i, and does not pose an immediate threat. The hurricane is […]

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Statement by Governor Lingle on Hurricane Felicia

Statement by Governor Lingle on Hurricane Felicia

MEDIA RELEASE “My Cabinet and I have been receiving regular updates, including one today during a Cabinet meeting, from State Civil Defense and the National Weather Service’s Central Pacific Hurricane Center on Hurricane Felicia and Tropical Storm Enrique. At this time, there is no cause for alarm, but it is important for residents and businesses […]

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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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