Tracking Hurricane Lane

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the Category 4 hurricane's path near Hawaii.
1:07 | 08/23/18

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with the very latest on the hurricane'rack and, ginger, ve been watching this all morning Ng. Ominous to see this category 4 storm just south of the hawaiian Isla movin northwestenes per hour impact is happens we speak, more than 8nc of rain has already end. Loas bay highwayt down the track is just west of the islands. Reer, the W site of a hurricane is theht side which is not . Tropical m-force winds exte miles outside the center. Depending hlose you get to the storm is thempact of winds. The number one concerns flash flooding. Wee some O the rainfall in t0 to 20-inch range, up 30 for some. Wave, 10 to 20 feetit some ls up T 25 F and quick look a what's going to happen where T heaviest rain will fall, Y'al on the eastef maui and right there in mountains. 'S why you get flash floodi a peo keep asking about thevolcano. No interacetweenhe two except when rain falls on T lava, you get Stea Michael.

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