Aug. 22, according to foreign media reports, the US National Weather Service said that the hurricane “Lane” will invade the Hawaiian Islands this week, is expected to bring strong winds and heavy rain to the local area, and cause floods and landslides.
According to reports, the US National Weather Service said that “Rennes” has been upgraded to a Category 5 hurricane, which is expected to hit the Big Island of Hawaii on the 23rd, when the wind may be strong enough to damage the roof of the house and cause power outages.
The National Meteorological Administration issued a warning that the center of “Renne” will approach or enclose the Hawaiian Islands from 23 to 25 local time, which may have a significant impact on some areas.
It is expected that after the invasion of the Big Island, “Renne” will turn north and head toward Maui, Lanai and Molokai. These places are within the scope of hurricanes and flood warnings.
The Atlantic hurricane season remains relatively quiet but the Pacific has been active. As I write this, powerful Typhoon Soulik is threatening Japan and Hurricane Lane is a major hurricane that may now pose a threat to the United States this week. The latest models are projecting Hurricane Lane to move almost directly toward the islands of Hawaii, particularly some of the more populated areas.