Hurricane Hector carrying 205 kmph winds westward across Pacific Ocean
Hurricane Hector was carrying 205 kmph winds westward across the Pacific Ocean early today.
It said that Hector's projected path would carry it south of Hawaii by midweek, but noted that track projections are uncertain at a long time range and added, "This remains a good time for everyone in the Hawaiian Islands to ensure they have their hurricane plan in place."
The Category 3 hurricane was centered about 2,190 kilometers east of South Point, Hawaii, early today and was moving west at 19 kmph. It was projected to gradually weaken while still remaining a hurricane over the next several days.
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