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TD #3-C Forms South of Hawaii - Expected to Become a Hurricane
      #87024 - Sun Oct 18 2009 05:37 PM

Many models have been predicting some kind of tropical cyclone formation to the south and southeast of Hawaii for several days now, and today things have come together to form Tropical Depression #3-C, about 900 miles SSE of Honolulu. It is expected to move WNW, then NW and stay south of the islands, although it may come very close to Johnston Island in about 4 days. The official forecast is for the storm to increase in intensity to a 75 knot hurricane in 5 days, although some models are higher than that. It looks like some high surf for the south and west facing beaches if this storm develops as expected. The next name on the Central Pacific list would be Neki.

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