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|Hawaii braces for potentially destructive wind|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
HONOLULU — Tropical Storm Ana is expected to deliver heavy rain and potentially destructive winds to the southern half of Hawaii’s Big Island in the next couple of days, meteorologists said Thursday.
Ana likely will become a hurricane by this evening but return to tropical storm strength Saturday morning, National Weather Service meteorologist Ray Tanabe said.
That’s also when the storm is forecast to be closest to the island — about 85 to 90 miles offshore to the southwest.
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