This August 29, 2016 NASA satellite image shows Hurricanes Lester(R) (13E) and Madeline (14E) in the Pacific Ocean. / AFP / NASA / HO /
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Hurricane Madeline showed power as it churned toward Hawaii Tuesday, peaking at a dangerous Category Four strength before slackening, U.S. weather officials said.At 0900 GMT Wednesday, Madeline was a Category One storm with maximum sustained winds around 90 miles (145 kilometers) per hour with higher gusts.Hurricane-force winds extended 25 miles from the center of the storm, while tropical storm-force winds extended out 125 miles.Madeline is expected to dump five to 10 inches (13 to 25 centimeters) of rain on Hawaii, with some areas receiving up to 15 inches.
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