Sorry for the wait, but after some problems with adjusting all the graphics to make them flaw-free,
here is my weather report for Hawaii as of 6:55 AM Hawaiian-Aleutian Standard Time
At the time of when those weather observations were complied, a Tropical Storm Warning was in effect
for the Big Island of Hawaii. At the time of this post, it has been dropped. I'm keeping the weather bulletin
graphic page because it was still relevant at the time of those weather observations.
It's just after sunrise and Hurricane Flossie has been downgraded to tropical storm status as it passed just south
of the Big Island with some rain and windy at times on mainly the south side. As the storm continues to weaken,
it will remain on a western track bringing some scattered showers statewide and breezy conditions in most areas.
Temperatures that were in the 90s yesterday will be in the 80s later today. In fact, even after Flossie's long gone,
the threat of showers and even an isolated thunderstorm is possible for at least the next four days.
Temperatures will remain constant in the upper 80s for peak readings.
Here are a few news items to catch you up on today's weather in Hawaii concerning Tropical Storm Flossie.KHON-TV (Honolulu)
"Air travel not affected by Hurricane Flossie"KITV-TV (Honolulu)
"Flossie loses hurricane status"KGMB-TV (Honolulu)
"Flossie weakens to tropical storm"KHNL-TV (Honolulu)
"Flossie downgraded to category 1, Puna and Kau to get most rain"
I have not added the transparent byline on the photo yet, but to give the appropriate copyright credit,
the current conditions graphic page background is by Charlu72 at Flickr.Hawaii regional radar as of 6:33 AM Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time (courtesy of KHNL-TV)...