In the Pacific Ocean, there are 2 hurricanes side-by-side moving toward the Hawaiian Islands. The hurricanes are likely to hit land later this week and cause severe weather.
The first hurricane is Madeline, which started out as a category 3 hurricane, moving west with winds at 120 mph. The storm has since weakened to a category 2 hurricane with winds at 110 mph. Forecasters are actively watching to see if it will move west and barely miss Hawaii. As of right now, it will come dangerously close to the island.
Hurricane Lester is following behind Madeline with the same criteria. If both hurricanes hit landfall, this will be the first time back-to-back hurricanes have ever hit the Hawaiian Islands. Regardless, Hawaii can expect to experience heavy rain, dangerous waves, and damaging winds.