Tropical Storm Darby hits Hawaiian islands

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HAWAII - Texans know we are in the midst of hurricane season, but we have been lucky thus far as the Gulf of Mexico has remained calm,  but that wasn't the case for folks in Hawaii.

Tropical Storm Darby became only the fifth named storm to hit the area since 1949

So, islanders were bracing for the worst by boarding up and hunkering down. The storm hit the island Saturday afternoon and brought with it winds around 50 miles an hour.

Thousands were without power, trees and debris littered the roads, making them impassable.

Residents were spared massive wind damage but rains are a concern with several inches still expected to fall through Monday. So,  the threat of landslides and flash flooding continues to loom leaving this tropical paradise anything but...

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