10/01/2018 Hurricanes Walaka & Sergios Updates –
Projected Path Forecast: Hawaii Appears Safe
This is NOT an alert. This is NOT a warning. It is simply a reminder that
hurricanes are still occurring all around Hawaii.
Hurricane Rosa Projected To Become A Category 3 Hurricane: The Weather Channel is already offering headlines such as, “Rosa in the Eastern Pacific Could Have Impacts on the Southwest” and “Hurricane Rosa Could Soak the Desert Southwest Next Week.“
Hurricane Rosa Spaghetti Models – Projected Path: Click below image for latest information on Hurricanes Walaka & Sergio from Cyclocane. It appears unlikely that Hawaii will be impacted.
NOAA – Number of Tropical Cyclones per 100 Years: It is not too late in the season for a Pacific Ocean hurricane to form.
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The Kona Rain Shadow: As we discuss why Kona gets so little rain, we will also talk about the hurricanes and tropical storms of 2018.
Three Pele-grown mountains protect Kona when weather originates from the east (and sometimes to the south): Mauna Kea at 13,803 feet, Mauna Loa at 13,679 feet and Hualalai at 8,271 feet.
Read More: Kona And The Pillars Of Pele? Record Rain in Hilo – No Rain in Kona. The Kona Rain Shadow Effect.
Is Your Hawai’i Property Located In A Flood Hazard? You can enter your exact address, anywhere in Hawaii, and the Hawai‘i Flood Hazard Assessment Tool will indicate where flood hazards exist near you.