Hurricane Guillermo no longer

Discussion in 'Beaches' started by enemygates, Aug 6, 2015.

  1. enemygates

    enemygates New Member

    I've just heard that the Hawaiian Islands are on watch for Hurricane Guillermo as it is passing now through the north of the islands but has now weakened enough that it's been downgraded to a tropical storm. Apparently, the storm will be passing far enough offshore that the islands will not experience heavy storm-force winds. I guess this is good news.
  2. kookoo

    kookoo New Member

    Back in 1997 Hurricane Guillermo was registered as one of the strongest Pacific hurricanes on record with winds of 160 mph. Hawaii, Mexico and California were really affected then. Thank god Hurricane Guillermo is losing steam as if it didn't Hawaii would be seriously devastated.
  3. AtomicaII

    AtomicaII New Member

    Guillermo is long gone but I hear another tropical storm is forming (as we speak) to the south-southwest of Kauai. I think they have named it Kilo...according to the Central Pacific Hurricane Center, Kilo could turn into a full blown hurricane.

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