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Coming up on Sunrise Wednesday Morning

Good Morning Sunrise Ohana!

SEVERE WEATHER WATCH

Heavy rain is in the forecast for this Wednesday afternoon. Downslope areas exposed to southwest Kona winds, like Kaneohe and Kailua could also be grounds for wind damage. Dan Cooke is tracking the severe weather threat.

SNOW WARNING ON BIG ISLAND

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for the Summits of Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa through tomorrow. A foot of snow is expected.

SONY OPEN RAINED OUT?

With rain moving in, could the Sony Open be rained out for the start of play tomorrow? We'll be tracking the changing conditions.

HAWAIIAN AIRLINES STARTS SERVICE TO SEOUL

This afternoon, Hawaiian takes off on its inaugural flight to Korea. Howard Dicus has details.

NATIONAL RADIO HOST MICHAEL MEDVED DROPS BY SUNRISE

The Conservative radio host is in town for a book signing and he's very vocal about his opposition to President Obama. We'll get Michael Medved's take on everything from the President's policies to the power shift in Congress.

ELTON JOHN TICKET LINES

Fans camped out for tickets to Elton John's first Maui concert. We'll be giving away a pair of free tickets in our 7 o'clock hour.

MERMAID WORKOUT

The Ihilani Resort has a hot new fitness option, the Mermaid Workout. Our resident surfer girl Malika will test the waters.

LIVE AT POLYNESIAN CULTURAL CENTER

Ramsay previews the 21st Annual Moanikeala Hula Festival live at the Polynesian Cultural Center.

PROPOSITION FROM PACIFIC SWING HAWAII

A new Waikiki dinner and dance show has invited me on stage for a cameo during tomorrow night's show at the Waikiki Beach Marriott. Can I get into the swing of things in time?

ASK HOWARD

Viewers try to stump the unflappable Howard Dicus.

ENTERTAINMENT BUZZ FROM BILLY V

Billy V checks in with entertainment news on Oprah Winfrey's new cable network, James Bond, casting for the Dark Knight Rises and more.

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See you on Sunrise!

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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