Alaska? Yes, that Alaska, could be directly impacted by the remnants of Hurricane Oho, which as of Thursday afternoon has been downgraded to a tropical storm with maximum sustained winds of 70 miles-per-hour (MPH) as it raced away from Hawaii at a lightning-quick 45 MPH. The storm was beginning to weaken as it moving into the cooler waters of the northeast Pacific Ocean, but there are several factors that could keep 40mph wind strength by the time it reaches the Alaskan panhandle later Friday or early Saturday.
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