The storm will come to a great deal with Hawaii on Sunday. The storm will continue to rise as it goes near the islands, before the storm returns east in early Luan.
Waves of 40 to 60 feet in this storm are likely to grow rapidly, moving rapidly, which could have a great deal with the Hawaiian Islands – especially the northern shores.
The National Weather Service in Honolulu states that these waves can cause "unforeseen coastal floods in the north and west shore of Saturday and Sunday."
The National Weather Service is talking about the serious consequences of the coastline with significant property and coastal infrastructure damage.
In addition, the storm will bring wind flow up to 60 mph, which will cause a reduction in power and trees. At the top of the mountains, there may be more than 100 mph on wind.