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19 Oct 2014 06:58 PM EST

Hurricane Ana stays well south of Hawaii

Hurricane Ana stayed on a slow course south of Hawaii on Sunday, well off shore but spinning off threats of heavy rains, strong winds and high surf to the Pacific archipelago. The National Weather Service said “Hurricane Ana will continue to bring heavy rain and thunderstorms to the smaller islands today.” No hurricane has made a direct hit on Hawaii since Iniki, a Category 4 storm that struck in September 1992, killing six people and causing damage estimated at $2.4 billion.

 

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