Hurricane Lane continues to threaten Hawaiian Islands

The slow-moving rainmaking hurricane continues to impact Hawaii with more than 50 inches of rain as a new round of severe weather closes in.
0:58 | 08/26/18

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Now to the remnants of hurricane lane continuing to threaten the Hawaiian Islands tonight. The slow moving rain maker swamping the state for several days take a look at that more than fifteen inches of rain on the big island. Reversed. Rushing downstream right towards the ocean. Crusoe a race to remove any unstable ground amid landslide fears. And we're also watching a new round of severe weather in the heartland as we head into the new week ABC's senior meteorologist rob Marciano tracking it all on a walk. Rob. Hi Tom we are almost Elwood lane over threat of miles from Oahu but has left. It very wet flow in its wake we still have flash flood watch is up for most of the islands through at least today that severe threat you talked about across the upper midwest today. It not North Dakota in through Minnesota through tonight isolated dead tornadoes certainly some wind damage and big hail it slides towards Wisconsin across Lake Michigan tomorrow I head of some heat that's building into the northeast look at DC to Boston. Mid ninety's Tuesday and Wednesday summer's not over. Dom all right rob thank you.

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