A first look at Tropical Storm Lana. Tropical Storm Lana is strengthening in the Central Pacific and could be a hurricane by tomorrow, but it is still forecast to pass south of the Hawaiian islands early next week.
As of 11 a.m. Hawaii time, the center of the storm was 640 miles southeast of Hilo, and moving west at about 16 miles per hour. Lana could become a hurricane if it encounters more warm waters. Although, with maximum sustained winds are about 65 miles per hour, and Lana is expected to weaken from Saturday into Sunday.
11:00 PM HST
We will see more soon
Even though Lana is expected to be weaker as it moves south of the islands, it could bring some slightly increased waves, wind, and rainfall to the Big Island early Sunday.
Lets hope Lana doesn’t take an abrupt turn north anytime soon.
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Parmesan Mauna Kea Spaghetti with Garlic Bread Stick