UH Hurricane Olivia notice

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Hurricane Olivia. Image: NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center

Hurricane Olivia is forecast to enter Central Pacific waters over the weekend and is expected to weaken through the next days as it tracks toward the Hawaiian Islands.

The University of Hawaiʻi encourages everyone to remain vigilant and monitor the progress of the storm. On its current course, Olivia could bring high surf to east-facing shores as early as Monday and heavy rains and winds by midweek.

Central Pacific Hurricane Center updates.

UH officials are closely monitoring the situation and will provide campus-specific updates and warnings as appropriate.

All members of the UH community are urged to sign up for UH Alert to receive emergency text alerts. If you have already signed up, log in to ensure that your contact information is up-to-date.

Notifications affecting UH campuses will be posted on the Emergency Information webpage, as well as on social media: Emergency Information, Facebook and Twitter.

During hurricane season, residents should discuss emergency preparedness with friends and family. Officials recommend a 14-day emergency supply.

Please stay informed and updated:
Hawaii Emergency Management Agency
National Weather Service Honolulu Forecast Office
The Pacific Disaster Center’s Disaster Alert app

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