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Flossie dissipates, leaves little damage in Hawaii

A tropical storm that rolled through Hawaii Monday and early Tuesday dissipated, leaving little damage and no reports of deaths or major injuries.Full story

Tropical storm Flossie heading to Hawaii

  Tropical Storm Flossie, the sixth named storm of the Pacific hurricane season, is on a track to head directly over Hawaii, which raises concern of heavy rains and flash floods. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports.

Tropical Storm Flossie heads to Hawaii

  It’s unlikely that Flossie will become a hurricane, but the tropical system may impact the Hawaiian Islands as early as Monday morning. Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore reports.

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