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Hurricane Lane: Latest Updates, Prediction Track, Path of the Category 3 Storm



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Updated 19 Aug 2018 1:19 pm EDT

Hurricane Lane has grown into a Category 4 storm on Saturday, but weakened to Category 3 on Sunday morning as he moved closer to the central Pacific Basin, the National said Hurricane Center. As of 11:00 ET Sunday, Lane was 885 miles east-southeast of Hilo, Hawaii.

The maximum sustained winds of the storm are 120 miles per hour, and it moves west at about 1

5 miles per hour. Predictors say Lane is expected to lose energy as it continues west-northwest in the next few days.

The current forecast track has reported it south of Hawaii's Big Island, CBS Honolulu affiliate KGMB.

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Central Pacific Basin on August 18, 2018.

National Hurricane Center

The Pacific had strong storms as early as 2018, and Pacific Ocean water temperatures off San Diego hit a record high this month, CBS News & # 39; Jamie Yuccas reports . While hurricanes in California are virtually unknown, conditions could increase the risk.

"It could happen, especially if sea temperatures remain in this abnormally warm state," says Art Miller, a marine explorer.

Scientists at Scripps Pier have recorded historical temperatures in the Pacific up to 79.5 degrees. That's about 10 degrees above normal.

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