Julio’s winds Saturday were maxing out at about 90 mph. It was slowly moving northwest.
The National Weather Service canceled the tropical storm warning Friday evening for the Big Island.
This video shows the position and intensity of Iselle, left, and Julio, right, on Friday afternoon.
This map shows the wind patterns from Iselle and Julio Friday.
Hurricane Julio was creating gusts of up to 105 mph Friday. The National Weather Service expected the storm to pass by the north of the side of Hawaii.
As of Friday afternoon, Tropical Storm Iselle had maximum sustained winds of 50 mph and was moving west at 15 mph.
As of 2:00 a.m. HST (8:00 a.m. ET), the center of Iselle was nearing landfall on the Big Island.
Iselle has now weakened to a tropical storm off the coast of Big Island, moving west at 10 mph with 70 mph winds.
This video shows winds and rain lashing the east coast of Big Island.
Satellite imagery early Friday morning showed Iselle beginning to reach the Big Island.
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