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Hurricane Lane Dumps 2 Feet Of Rain On Hawaii


According to Reuters, Hurricane Lane is slowly spinning towards Hawaii, but torrential rains are already making landfall on the Central Pacific island chain. But the storm has lost energy in the last couple days, falling from a Category 4 storm to a Category 2 storm. However, Hurricane Lane is still causing trouble for Hawaii's Big Island, which is dealing with raging surf, torrential rains, and flooding.

Added on the 24/08/2018 13:47:11 - Copyright : Wochit

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