Hurricane Warnings: Texas and Hawaii

Let's start with Texas.
Hanah is forecast to reach 75 mph winds before making landfall Saturday afternoon. The bigger problem will be excessive rainfall rather than the storm's winds. More than seven inches of rain will fall on south Texas. In some places totals will touch twelve inches. Prepare for flooding.
The above map is total rainfall for the next seven days. By Monday, the humidity from Hanah will rotate around a high pressure system into the central Great Plains. That moisture will interact with a low pressure system in the upper atmosphere to produce welcome rains in the region.

Hurricane Douglas is forecast to move across the islands Sunday bringing strong tropical storm or
marginal hurricane winds and flash flooding, the latter possibly severe. Hurricane watches are out for the Island of Hawaii, Maui and Lani.


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