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Hurricane Flossie was approaching the big island Hawaii today as a Category 2 storm on the Saffir-Simpson scale, a downgrade from yesterday’s threat of Category 4.

In the most recent hurricane advisory from the National Weather Service, the storm has sustained winds of 110 mph and may weaken further over the next 24 hours. The Big Island is expected to receive tropical storm force winds of 30 mph or higher by mid-morning.

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