A Tropical Storm Has Turned into Hurricane

Erick has grown in power from a tropical storm to a hurricane within the eastern Pacific Ocean, based on the National Hurricane Center.The storm is just not anticipated to make landfall however parts of Hawaii might see increased wind gusts and rain as Erick slides just south of the Big Island Thursday.Hurricane Erick may whip sea waters as much as anywhere between 7 and 16 feet by Thursday evening, in line with a marine forecast from the National Weather Service launched Monday.High winds are a big a part of the storm, with anticipated sustained gusts to reach 110 mph -- that is only one mile below a Category 3 hurricane Meteorologist Haley Brink mentioned.It is still too early to inform if rain bands from the storm will impact Hawaii, meteorologist Haley Brink mentioned.Hurricane Erick is the fifth storm to make its approach into the eastern Pacific Ocean so far this season. The Category 1 storm had reached sustained winds of 75 mph as of 5 p.m. Monday local time (11 p.m. ET), in keeping with the National Hurricane Center.Tropical Storm Flossie will not be far behind Erick, constructing strength further east before it is anticipated to follow the same track south of Hawaii.As both storms strengthen, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) says itll monitor them via radar.NOAA says it anticipates Flossie will develop into a hurricane by Tuesday while Hurricane Erick should exit Hawaiian waters by Saturday.

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