SHARIE: Paul, tell me what's happening there right now?
PAUL: On Hawaii, we're concerned about three things, big surf, strong winds and that heavy wind. So far since we've been here, we have seen sizable surf for the south-eastern side of the island, 12 to 15 foot waves rolling in, choppy storm surf rolling into the south-east side of the island. That's materialized. It's been cloudy and overcast for much of the island and we are starting to see some rain not necessarily the heavy rain but constant rain for parts of Hawaii. But what we haven't really seen so far are any of the wind. While it have been wet for the island, not really any wetter than a typical day for the island so far and many people are already prepared for this storm. We have seen some businesses boarded up, windows taped up as well so people are prepared, people are waiting it out but so far just a lot of rain and big surf.