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Douglas No Longer Tropical, Final Advisory Issued

29 Jul 2020, 6:00 am

As of Wednesday morning, Douglas has weakened further and lost tropical characteristics in the Pacific Ocean. The storm has moved well west of Hawaii and is approaching the International Date Line. Winds are near 35 mph as the storm moves west at 23 mph. The Central Pacific Hurricane Center has issued their final advisory on the storm.

Earlier this week, the storm passed by the Hawaiian Islands with tropical storm force winds. It is rare for tropical systems to pass through the Hawaiian Islands. Meteorologist Steve Glazier has more below:

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