"Erick is moving toward the west near 18 miles per hour (30 km/h)".
The US National Hurricane Center said the storm was moving westwards across the eastern Pacific.
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As of Tuesday morning, Erick was making its way towards Hawaii with winds well over 100 miles per hour.
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Meanwhile, farther east in the Pacific, Hurricane Flossie, a Category 1 with sustained winds of 80 miles per hour (130 kph), is expected to gradually gain power and speed over the next few days, the NHC said early on Wednesday.
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Hurricane Erick is expected to pass Hawaii on Friday. There are warnings for stronger tides that could hit the southern coast of the largest island along with some bands of rain, but the storm's heart is expected to miss the chain. There could also be some severe storms that roll through the area as well.
While Erick is expected to miss Hawaii, current tracking has Flossie hitting the island chain in some manner early next week, though it's still unclear how hard it could get hit.
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A third storm could be on the way. The National Hurricane Center is also now tracking two tropical waves in the Caribbean, both of which appear to be headed toward Florida. According to the Sun-Sentinel, the storms only have a 10 percent chance of developing into tropical cyclones.