Hurricane Ignacio weakens as it moves closer to Hawaii

31 Aug 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Hurricane Ignacio at Peak Strength, Moves Closer to Hawaii.

Hurricane Ignacio is 400 miles east of Hilo and has sustained winds of 130 mph, said Anthony Reynes, a meteorologist with the Central Pacific Hurricane Center. “Right now, the current track, we’re not expecting the hurricane to make a direct hit on the Big Island,” Reynes said. “Mainly the impacts are going to be very high surf and some strong wind gusts over the coastal waters.” Maui Mayor Alan Arakawa and Hawaii Gov.

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