Debby was centered about 1,195 miles (1,925 kilometers) west of the Azores and moving north near 15 mph (24 kph).
- Hurricane John advanced northwestward along Mexico's western coast on Wednesday and it was expected to stir up heavy surf and drop rain on the southern Baja California Peninsula while keeping away from landfall.
A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for Big Island interior, summits, north, east and south, including Kohala and Kona.
The storm should dissipate by Thursday night over the far northern Atlantic, posing no threat to land.
This subtropical system is not expected to impact land and will remain over the open waters of the Atlantic.
Meanwhile, Hurricane Hector is also swirling in the Pacific as an impressively organized Category 4 hurricane.
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On the other side of the Pacific, Typhoon Shanshan is approaching Japan with maximum winds around 100 miles per hour.
The eye of the storm, which had wind speeds as high as 217 km/h at its centre on Wednesday afternoon, is forecast to pass 300 kilometres to the south of the Big Island tomorrow.
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According to the Central Pacific Hurricane Center, the center of the hurricane was located about 225 miles south-southeast of Hilo, or 400 miles southeast of Honolulu.
Far out to sea was newly formed Tropical Storm Kristy, which had sustained winds of 50 miles per hour and could become a hurricane. Swells generated by John are expected to begin affecting the coast of southwestern Mexico during the next day or so. Combined with high tides, this could lead to some overwash of low-lying coastal areas and perhaps some beach erosion.