Hawaii Travel Tips and Tricks
Looks like rain…
Felicia was originally a pretty powerful Category 4 hurricane but it’s now a “rapidly weakening” tropical storm. Weakened maybe, but she still is coming with maximum sustained winds of 50 mph.
The National Hurricane Center is warning Hawaii residents to get ready for some serious rain, high surf and extremely strong winds.
The tropical storm watch is in effect for the Big Island and Maui County, but us residents of Oahu along with our neighbors on Kauai and Niihau are being advised to closely monitor Felicia’s progress too.
When is she coming? On its current track, Felicia is expected to be approaching the islands late Monday as a “low end” tropical storm or a tropical depression. Whoa!