As the human civilization continues to evolve, our world is only getting more dangerous, not less. Natural disasters including but not limited to the earthquakes, tsunamis and hurricanes of recent memory happen with surprising frequency and are in part due to our decaying climate. Meanwhile, man-made disasters from building collapse to nuclear meltdown will continue to become more complex and more fatal as the human ego desires taller towers and more powerful sources of energy. Lastly, acts of terror seem an almost commonplace part of everyday life in many parts of the world—and, grim though it may sound, they will not end any time soon. As these disasters grow and claim more lives, new methods of prevention, response and recovery will be required.
High Wind Warning
...high Wind Warning Now In Effect Until 6 Pm Hst Tuesday... * Winds...west 90 To 120 Mph With Gusts Up To 150 Mph, Decreasing To 50 To 70 With Gusts To 85 Mph By Late This Afternoon For The Big Island Summits Of Mauna Kea And Mauna Loa. * Timing...through 6 Pm Tuesday. * Impacts...winds This Strong Can Make Driving And Hiking ...Read More.
Effective: February 11, 2019 at 3:20amExpires: February 12, 2019 at 6:00pmTarget Area: Big Island Summit