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Coming up on Sunrise on this Aloha Friday

Good Morning. We made it to Aloha Friday, a little waterlogged, but otherwise okay Sunrise Ohana!

RAIN ROUND UP

More rain is in the forecast, but how heavy will it be? Ramsay Wharton will have a wrap up of storm damage. Steve will report live from Magic Island and what's next? Dan Cooke is tracking the severe weather threat and you can too. Download the hawaiinewsnow app for your iPhone or iPad or connect to our interactive radar http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/Global/link.asp?L=471024.

SEVERE WEATHER SIDE EFFECTS

Outages? Traffic backups? Flooding? Let us know what's going on in your neighborhood at sunrise@hawaiinewsnow.com. You can also connect with members of our Sunrise team on Facebook or twitter.

SHARE YOUR WEATHER PHOTOS & VIDEOS

We want to know what conditions are like in your neighborhood. You can upload pictures or video to the "Connect Now" section of hawaiinewsnow.com

THIRD TIME'S A CHARM FOR SONY OPEN?

The Pro Am and first day of play were both called off because of the rain. Will this be the day the Sony Open finally starts?

SURF CONTEST

Brada Mel's Surf Contest is a month behind schedule, but could run this weekend. Surf Permitting. Malika has a preview from Makaha Beach.

LIVE MUSIC FROM REGGAE GROUP "THE GREEN"

The Green's first album was a hit. It was itunes #1 reggae album of 2010. This morning, the group drops by the Sunrise studio to play a few numbers.

"BABY STEPS" TO A GREEN LIFESTYLE

Natural/Green Living Expert Sara Snow shares tips to "go green" for the sake of your children. Sarah will demonstrate how to make natural cleaning products with just five kitchen staples. She'll also talk about inexpensive natural baby products available at drugstores.

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If you miss any of Sunrise, you can catch all of these stories and segments streaming live online from 4:30 - 9:00 a.m. on HawaiiNewsNow.com or on KGMB, KHNL and on KFVE. Or watch it later on our website.

See you on Sunrise!

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

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