The unusually severe storm will occur on Hawaii on Sundays and Sundays with extensive winds and floods that could damage the coast in unusual areas of the island chain. There is probably some mountain snow in at least one unusual setting. The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a High Speed Warning for the entire archipelago.
NWS wind warnings are traveling up to 60mph, initially flows back west before it returns northwest on Sunday night.
The warning is in place across all of the islands in the Hawaiian archipelago, and will remain operational until 6am at a local time (4pm GMT) on Monday.
The highlights of Sunday evening are expected, and major hazards are expected.
The NWS warned of driving hazards, damage to debris, reducing debris and shrubs.
It is hoped that there will be widespread power output across the island chain.
There is also a warning about the rapidly moving storm wave waves of 40 to 60 feet, which pose a risk to boats and that it can come great with the Hawaiian Islands, especially the northern shores.
The National Weather Service in Honolulu states that these waves can cause "unrestricted coastal floods behind and west in late Saturday and Sunday".
There are no foreigners in northern shores of Hawaii until there is a high flow of storms from the Pacific Ocean in the distant winter months.
However, streams generated by this storm will create "huge, unconnected waves" that provide the flood risk.
NWS also warned a "major whale boom" on the north bank of the north and west of Kauai, Oahu, Molokai and the northwest of Maui this weekend.
The authorities emphasize the "significant damage to coastal property and infrastructure," to "possible road evacuation and closure."
Experts want this storm to be unusual.
Instead of going back from the west or north, this storm will rise south of the Aleutian Islands to the Hawaii Island chain this weekend.
It is also an unusual cold storm for the Hawaiian islands.
Due to the cold nature, snow could fall not only at typical Big Island Mauna Kea and Mauna summits Loa, but Haleakala could have a wide coating volcano on Maui.
Low temperatures in Honolulu can enter the Top 50 Fahrenheit (approx 10C) on Sundays or Mondays – there are not certain standards, but very unusual for the hot islands.
The deep airs can cool some bonds of thunderstorms over Sundays from Monday to Monday, if the atmosphere is quite moist.