Even though Tropical Storm Flossie has shown signs of weakening, it’s still expected to wreak havoc on Hawaii, where it will make landfall on or about Monday. Weather officials said that the storm will bring flash floods, mudslides, and dangerously large surf with it. They warned that residents should take the storm seriously as it will “threaten life and property.” Meteorologists said people should be prepared for wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour and 18-foot waves. Flossie will be the first cyclone to make landfall on Hawaii since Hurricane Iniki in 1992.
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