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China sows disinformation

By DAN NAKASO The Honolulu Star-Advertiser/TNS Social media disinformation that is playing a major role in mistrust among some Lahaina fire survivors was stoked by China – including a claim that the fire started from secret governmenttesting of a “weather weapon.” China’s disinformation campaign about the cause of the deadly Lahaina fire, as reported Monday by The New York Times, follows online conspiracy theories that continue as fire survivors face an uncertain future and…Read more

HVO: Vog levels elevated

Several of Kilauea’s lava fountains remain active By LAURA RUMINSKI West Hawaii Today Vog has descended onto the West side of the Big Island. Volcanic smog, or “vog,” filled West Hawaii’s skies Tuesday, obliterating views of Hualalai and blurring the horizon, as Kilauea volcano continued to erupt for athird day, pumping out thousands of tons of sulfur dioxide (SO2), which reacts with the atmosphere and creates the visible haze. Hawaii Volcano Observatory in Tuesday morning’s report…Read more

NWS: Big Isle dry conditions anticipated to stay for weeks

By JOHN BURNETT Hawaii Tribune-Herald It was an arid August on the Big Island. Only three official rain gauges on the island logged more rain last month than in a usual August. Two are in Ka’u: Kapapala and Kahuku ranches, with 3.67 and 3.09 inches, respectively – 13% above normal for Kapapala and 15% for Kahuku. The third is Kawainui Stream in the Pu’u O ‘Umi Natural Area Reserve near Waimea, with 14 inches even, 57% higher rainfall than an average August. “The dry conditions,…Read more

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