Carolina D preguntado en TravelUnited StatesHonolulu · hace 1 década

How probably is hurricane Flossie arrives Big Island/ Hawaii?

Any resident who knows? please !!!!!!!! my trip is in agust 28

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  • Anónimo
    hace 1 década
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    On the Big Island (where I live) we are bracing ourselves for the worst... Track the storm online...

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    Just to let you you know, ALLLLLL the public and private schools are closed on the Big Island. The hurricane is supposed to be a category three. The Big Island is going to be hit. South Point (located on the Big Island) is going to be experiencing the worst disturbance/damage. If you would like to email me (i_know_mohr@yahoo.com). I would be glad to keep you updated. I live here and will be experiencing this first hand. I can tell you where the damage is and if your hotel/condo is in good condition. Hope this information helps.

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    "HURRICANE FLOSSIE LOCAL STATEMENT

    NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HONOLULU HI

    542 PM HST MON AUG 13 2007

    ...DANGEROUS HURRICANE FLOSSIE CONTINUES TO APPROACH THE BIG ISLAND OF HAWAII

    :...STORM INFORMATION...

    AT 500 PM HST...THE CENTER OF HURRICANE FLOSSIE WAS LOCATED NEAR

    LATITUDE 15.9 NORTH...LONGITUDE 152.0 WEST...OR ABOUT 330 MILES

    SOUTHEAST OF HILO...HAWAII. FLOSSIE IS MOVING TOWARD THE WEST

    NORTHWEST AT 16 MPH AND THIS MOTION IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE

    THROUGH TONIGHT. GIVEN THIS TRACK...THE CENTER OF FLOSSIE WILL

    PASS SOUTH OF SOUTH POINT ON THE BIG ISLAND AT AROUND 11 AM HST

    TUESDAY. MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS ARE NEAR 120 MPH WITH HIGHER

    GUSTS. LITTLE CHANGE IN STRENGTH IS EXPECTED OVER THE NEXT 24

    HOURS"

  • Ron
    Lv 7
    hace 1 década

    I live on Maui, but we are keeping our eye on it. Right now if it stays on it's southerly route, then the Big Island will just get a lot of rain and pretty good winds, but if the hurricane goes North, look out, it could be nasty. We will know more tomorrow as it will be much closer to us so we can see which direction it is going. What we do not want is a wind shear, that will push the storm North. Keep watching the weather channel, or pop it up on the Internet, Hawaii Weather, and you will see the weather maps, and updated information. I think you will be fine by the 28th, so you can come here. Aloha.

  • hace 1 década

    As of 5am HST Flossie was 495 miles south east of Hilo, HI. Having Gone thorugh both 'Iwa and 'Iniki, I won't tell you Flossie is not goint to cause a lot of problems, but all the computer models have Flossie passing just south of the Big Islands. As of the 10pm news last lignt, the prediction was for catagory 1 hurricane force winds and rain.(74-95 mph) You can keep informed of the progress at www.weather.com (The Weather Channel) or www.wunderground.com (Weather Underground)

    Fuente(s): www.wunderground.com www.kgmb9.com
  • hace 1 década

    We are very resilient here, so your trip is relatively far off. Tomorrow when the hurricane is expected to hit the Southeast part of Hawai'i Island around 5pm, we'll begin to feel the full impact. I'm sure by Aug. 28, things will be back to relative normalcy. But then again, after 'Iniki, 'Iwa, Katrina, etc., anything is possible....

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  • hace 1 década

    Hurricane Flossie's effects are expected to start tomorrow. She will not be passing directly over us but rather passing close enough below us to cause wind and rain.

    Nothing we can't handle.....

    Have a great trip!

  • hace 1 década

    The islands probably will not be hit directly. What we ill get is A Tropical Storm. A lot of wind and rain. We may not need the wind, burtwe do need some rain.

    Fuente(s): Live here.
  • hace 1 década

    do not think so. will pass but not on the major island.

    keep checking the weather as hurricanes are not perdictable.

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