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Saturday, 18 October 2014
Hurricane Ana is passing south of Oahu and Kaua counties in the Hawaiian Islands. It's centered at 11 a.m. HST / 5 p.m. EDT about
190 miles south of Lihue and 155 miles south-southwest of Honolulu,
moving toward the northwest
On the forecast track, the center will pass about 140 miles southwest of Oahu this afternoon, about 125 miles southwest of Kauai tonight, and 105 miles south of Niihau tonight and Sunday.
Maximum sustained winds are near 80 mph - a Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. Some weakening is forecast during the next 48 hours, with Ana expected to weaken below hurricane strength on Sunday. Tropical storm conditions are possible over Oahu and Kauai county tonight and Sunday.
Large swells are expected to impact most of the main Hawaiian islands through Sunday. Surf produced by these swells could potentially be damaging along exposed southern and southeastern shorelines through Sunday.
Bands of heavy rainfall will periodically move over the main Hawaiian islands this weekend.
Get the latest information, including graphics, at NOAA's Central Pacific Hurricane Center website at: http://www.prh.noaa.gov/cphc/tcpages/?storm=ANA
Hurricane Gonzalo rockets toward the British Isles. Impact graphic via @breakingweather
Hurricane Gonzalo is rapidly accelerating over the North Atlantic Ocean. It's centered at 5 p.m. EDT/AST about 410 miles south-southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia, and 620 miles southwest of Cape Race, Newfoundland.
On the forecast track, the center of Gonzalo should pass close to, or just south of, Cape Race late tonight or early Sunday morning - and it should still be near hurricane strength during that time.
A Tropical Storm Watch continues for portions of Newfoundland from Arnolds Cove to Chapels Cove.
Maximum sustained winds are 90 mph - a Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale. Weakening during the next 48 hours is forecast,and Gonzalo should become extratropical on Sunday.