Transcript for Hurricane Hector heads toward Hawaii
Let's get a ginger now with more on the fires ginger. Robin it's a dry an unstable air mass especially in the Pacific northwest under this ridge that's responsible for a lot of those red flag warnings that are up today another are also excessive heat warnings and down in Southern California parts of Arizona. You'll see wind gusts in some places up to 45 miles per hour relative humidity between four and 12% horrible conditions when you're trying to fight fires. Let's then talk about the Pacific Ocean we have a lot of activity going on. For areas of tropical waves and hurricane Hector is the one that we're really watching because it is getting close enough Hawaii in the next 48 hours or so it is. Very symmetrical it's called annular this type of hurricane that's a good thing because the more compact this is the less impact it would have to Hawaii it looks like it'll pass some 150 some miles just south. That's Wednesday morning. There is a tropical storm watch in place for some rain if any rain and get out there but mostly for the swells twelve to eighteen feet that's gonna be your biggest impact there. And something I'll we're going to be watching the little months in the north going to be a different story Robin NC I knew we could keep pure I am thinking ginger.
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