Hawaii is the first state to have all of its counties adopt the National Weather Services’ TsunamiReady and StormReady programs. The voluntary programs foster a relationship between the NWS and states, counties, and local emergency managers.

Earning the Tsunami- and StormReady designation means that the entire state has established a 24-hour warning and emergency operations center, can issue warnings and forecasts in more than one way, has the technology to monitor local weather conditions, will promote community preparedness, and has developed a formal hazardous weather plan.

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