La tormenta tropical Lane se aleja de Hawái

The Outrigger Reef resort takes precautions in preparation for the approaching Hurricane Lane by placing sandbags at beachside entrances to the hotel on Thursday, August 23, 2018. Hurricane Lane was downgraded to a Category 3 Thursday August 23, but the storm's slow motion threatened Hawaii with days of rain. Parts of the Big Island were soaked with more than a foot of rain Thursday. / AFP PHOTO / Ronen ZILBERMAN

Honolulú, Estados Unidos | AFP | domingo 26/08/2018 –  por Ronen Zilberman .- La tormenta tropical Lane se alejaba del archipiélago de Hawái el sábado tras provocar fuertes lluvias e inundaciones pero no víctimas.

Lane, un poderoso huracán categoría 5 que se degradó a tormenta tropical al acercarse al estado estadounidense de Hawái, se encontraba unos 310 km al suroeste de Honolulú, informó el Centro de Huracanes del Pacífico Central en su boletín de las 03H00 GMT del domingo.

HONOLULU, HI – AUGUST 22: 2018 A view of of the Waikiki Yacht Club member’s valuable boats that have been double and triple tied and prepared as best as possible to weather the 150 mph force winds expected to hit this south shore of Oahu Island next Friday at the Ala Wai Boat Harbor in Waikiki on Wednesday, August 22, 2018 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Hurricane Lane is a high-end Category 4 hurricane and remains a threat to the entire island chain. Kat Wade/Getty Images/AFP

Lane tenía vientos máximos sostenidos de 85 km por hora y se desplazaba hacia el oeste sobre el Pacífico a 15 km/h.