Tag: Hawaii hurricane season

Hawaii hurricane season 2023 – what to know

June has arrived, and with it, so has Hawaii hurricane season. Hurricanes in Hawaii are rare indeed, although tropical cyclones in the Central Pacific are not. Forecasters at the NOAA say that they expect 4-7 of those potentially dangerous weather systems to form in 2023. This is not cause for alarm. It is, however, a […]

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Tropical Cyclones Approach Hawaii

Just as the National Weather Service, NOAA, and the Pacific Hurricane Center forecasted back in May, Hawaii’s 2019 tropical cyclone season is proving to be an active one. Two large storm systems are currently bearing down on our part of the Pacific. First up is Erick, which is expected to pass south of the Aloha […]

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Ocean Safety: Hawaii Cyclone Season

The official hurricane season is projecting up to eight tropical cyclones to enter the Central Pacific between June 1 and November 30 this year. That’s above the annual average of 4-5 cyclones per Hawaii hurricane season. An active hurricane season means increased swell activity, particularly along southern Hawaii shores facing these weather systems. Ocean safety […]

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