Tropical Storm Flossie

How To Get Ready For Approaching Storms

Aug 1, 2019
Marco Garcia/AP

As Hurricane Erick and Tropical Storm Flossie make their way closer to the islands, emergency management officials want Hawaii residents to stay vigilant.

National Weather Service

Updated: Aug. 5, 5:35 p.m.

As a weakening Flossie, now a post-tropical cyclone, moves closer to the islands, it is bringing high surf, heavy rainfall and muggy weather to parts of the islands, particularly Maui and the Big Island. 


Updated: July 31, 5:52 p.m.

The National Weather Service issued a hurricane warning for Hawaiian offshore waters that will kick up winds and surf and produce scattered thunderstorms. Erick continued to weaken but remains a category 2 hurricane producing maximum sustained winds of 105 miles per hour, according to the Central Pacific Hurricane Center on Wednesday. Flossie also weakened to a tropical storm, but could regain strength later in the week.