TODAY   |  July 27, 2013

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.

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>>> there are two tropical storms we are keeping an eye on. by we, i mean dylan.

>> dorian and the other is flossie.

>> it is going to remain a tropical storm . it's not going to get too intense. one of the atlantic's first is tropical storm dorian. it's running into cooler water and dry air. it's not a good set up. it should weaken over the course of the week into next week. it is going to be a rainmaker through the caribbean as we head into the middle of next week. here is tropical storm flossie . 70-mile-per-hour winds. unusual to see it take a track toward the big island of hawaii . again, this is going to be a relatively strong storm. it should weaken before it gets toward the big island . by the time we get to monday evening. worth keeping an eye on. wind, rough surf and torrential downpours with the system. we'll keep an eye