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If you are in immediate need of help contact your local civil defense or call 911.
- Although Lane is now a category 3 hurricane, the storm remains a powerful threat to Hawaii’s 1.4 million residents and the hundreds of thousands of tourists currently visiting.
- Some weakening is forecast from Friday through late Saturday, but Lane is expected to remain a Hurricane as it approaches the islands.
- Lane is expected to bring prolonged and potentially extreme rainfall, life-threatening flash flooding and landslides, damaging winds, high surf, and localized storm surge.
- Over two feet of rain has already fallen on some locations on the Big Island.
- Hurricane Watches and Warnings and Flash Flood Warnings are in effect for parts of the state
- Last night, more than 1,500 residents and visitors sought temporary refuge in more than 35 County Evacuation Centers supported by American Red Cross volunteers.
- The number of individuals in shelters is increasing by the hour today.
- More than 500 Red Cross disaster workers are supporting these evacuation centers, and preparing for post-impact support of those affected by this storm across the Hawaiian Islands.
- The Red Cross Safe & Well tool is available for those who want to connect with loved ones on the islands.
Find Open Shelters
Use our tool to find a safe shelter during an emergency.
After a Disaster
Learn how to get back in touch with family members if you are separated after a disaster or emergency.
Take the first steps back to normal life after an emergency with our recovery guides.