We're tracking severe weather this morning. Back to back super sized swells are closing in on Hawaii's coastline. Dan Cooke says we're looking at life-threatening conditions and those problems could intensify during high tide early this morning. We'll have live team coverage on the dangerous surf this morning.
SIZING UP NORTH SHORE WAVES
Overnight, Ramsay Wharton has been on surf patrol. She's sizing up the waves and situation on the North Shore. She'll have live reports starting at 4:30 this morning.
WESTSIDE WAVES THREATEN HOMELESS ON THE BEACH
Steve Uyehara is also out live this morning from the Leeward side. That's where the waves could push out homeless living on the beach.
WIND & RAIN DAMAGE
High winds and rain toppled trees, snapped utility poles, and caused boats to run aground. Those powerful gusts could remain a hazard this morning. We're already getting reports of a downed tree blocking the right lane on Waimano Home Road in Pearl City. We'll have traffic updates on Sunrise every 10 minutes and on our facebook page.
STAY CONNECTED TO SEVERE WEATHER CONDITIONS
SHARE YOUR WEATHER PICTURES AND VIDEO
Thanks for uploading your severe weather pictures to our Hawaii News Now facebook page. We'll share some of them on Sunrise this morning and encourage you to submit more today.
BIG ISLAND FIRE
NEIL DIAMOND SINGS FOR SUNRISE
Neil Diamond is playing two shows at the Blaisdell next week. What took him so long to return to Hawaii? We asked him and convinced him to sing Sweet Caroline too. See our one on one at 7:10. If you want to see him in concert, you have a chance!
A DIAMOND A DAY GIVEAWAY
We're launching a Diamond a Day giveaway. Starting Monday, we are giving out a "diamond a day" on Sunrise! All you have to do is text the phrase "sunrise love" to hnn808 and you'll be qualified to win a pair of tickets to see Neil Diamond in concert at the Blaisdell. One lucky winner will get the tickets and a gorgeous *Hearts on Fire diamond pendant* for that special someone. Go to hawaiinewsnow.com for details.
Stay on top of the weather and traffic situation by tuning in to Sunrise starting at 4:30 on KGMB.
See you then,