Hurricane Kilo had maximum sustained winds of 215 kilometers (135 miles) per hour, according to an advisory issued by the Central Pacific Hurricane Center. The storm moved toward the north-northwest, and posed no hazards to land. Meanwhile, Hurricane Ignacio had similar sustained wind speeds that measured 220 kilometers (140 miles) per hour; this storm, however, was closer to the Big Island’s mainland and had the potential to produce damaging and life-threatening surf. Huricane Jimena, the easternmost of the three storms, carried maximum sustained winds of about 210 kilometers (130 miles) per hour, according to an advisory issued by the National Hurricane Center.
la situation au 2 septembre2015