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Old 08-05-2014, 12:58 PM   #1
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In rare event, 2 tropical cyclones aimed at Hawaii

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(CNN) -- Tropical cyclones in the Pacific do not worry some Hawaiian residents because direct hits historically have been so rare on the islands. Hawaii is a small target in a large ocean.

But the state finds itself prepping ahead of what could be a pair of back-to-back smacks from Hurricane Iselle and Tropical Storm Julio.

Even if these two storms weaken or don't make landfall -- as is usually the case around Hawaii -- they can still cause damage, including flooding and debris, experts warn.

Try telling that to Scott Murray, who has lived in Hilo, on Hawaii's Big island, for more than 60 years.

"People are not really nervous, but honestly just hoping for some good surf," said Murray, who owns the Hilo Surfboard Company. "Surfers get excited when hurricane season starts. The people here are really nonchalant and are used to rain, which is the main thing we are expecting."

There are no lines at the supermarket or stocking of supplies, even though Iselle is on a forecast track to hit the islands on Thursday.
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