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Severe Weather Ahead ... Pro Bowlers in Town ... NFL Greats in Studio

 

SEVERE WEATHER: FLOODING POSSIBLE

We're tracking a front bringing heavy rain with it to Hawaii. The National Weather Service warns of potential flash flooding Sunday and Monday, but has not pinpointed the areas that could be hit the hardest yet. Of course, the timing is bad with the Pro Bowl set for Sunday. Dan will have updates on the severe weather threat on Sunrise and you can always check out our interactive radar at HawaiiNewsNow.com and download our HNN Weather app.

PRO BOWL PRACTICE

Players didn't run for cover when the rain came yesterday during the practice at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. They spent hours mingling with fans. Today's practice was moved to the Ihilani Resort and kicks off at 8 AM. Details on Sunrise 

NFL GREATS LIVE ON SUNRISE

Jesse Sapolu, Willie Brown, & Carl Eller will join us live on Sunrise to give their Super Bowl predictions and share where fans can get their autographs. Although we already know what 49er great Sapolu is going to say! Jennifer Robbins will also have details on a NFL Greats Breakfast.

ACROSS THE AISLE: STATE OF THE STATE

Governor Abercrombie made his case to the Legislature for this session so what do State lawmakers think about proposals for the economy, energy, and education? We'll reach across the aisle to Democratic Senator Brickwood Galuteria and Republican Representative Gene Ward on Sunrise at 6:40.

BQ GIRLS LIVE

Plus, Donald Trump's girl group the BQ Girls are in town for a Pro Bowl Pool party. They'll join us live on Sunrise to perform from Studio B. 

Hope you can join us on an Aloha Friday!

Aloha,

Tannya Joaquin

 

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