As Hurricane Iselle bears down on Hawaii this Thursday and Friday, please be careful. Iselle is supposed to weaken to a tropical storm before reaching the Big Island on Thursday, but it will still bring high-winds and flooding conditions across the state.
Tropical Storm Julio is still expected to reach hurricane level but it is still about 5 days from making Hawaii landfall.
As we prepare for Iselle and Julio, we are sticking to our go-to news outlet at KHON2.
Here are a couple of great reports that they are currently carrying in helping and warning people to prepare for both storms.
Top Stories We’re Following Ahead of Hurricane Iselle and Julio
Board of Water Supply: Water Emergency Tips
It is recommended that families store at least 1 gallon of water per person, per day for up to 5 to 7 days. Read other great water emergency tips too!
Tourism Prepares for Iselle and Julio
Learn how Hawaii Tourism officials and visitors are preparing for the approaching hurricanes.
Get Emergency Electrical Tips from Hawaiian Electrical
One tip says that before a storm hits, or during any power outage, be sure to unplug any unnecessary electrical equipment until the storm is gone or when power has been restored.
The Hawaii Primaries are scheduled to be conducted on Saturday. Will the storms intensity have any effect on who people vote or if they will even get out and vote at all? Keep clear and vote ahead of time to make sure you voice is heard.
.Again, please be safe and stay tuned to TV and radio for all the updates and notices that you need to stay safe and secure. See you all on the flip side!