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Intensifying Tropical Storm Oho forms South of the Big Island

At 5:00 AM the center of Tropical Storm Oho was located about 340 miles SSE of South Point, Hawaii. Oho is moving toward the north near 6 mph. This general motion will continue today with a turn toward the west-northwest expected tonight and Sunday. A turn back toward the northeast is expected
Sunday night. The forward motion of the system is expected to be rather slow near 5 mph over the next couple of days.

Maximum sustained winds are near 40 mph with higher gusts. Significant intensification is expected over the next couple of days and Oho is forecast to become a hurricane by Monday morning.

STAY INFORMED: MAUIWatch will continue to monitor the situation and notify the public if we are placed into a watch or warning. Download the free MAUIWatch APP for critical notifications at app.mauiwatch.com

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