Hurricane Hector, left, can be seen heading west toward Hawaii.
As of 5 p.m. Tuesday, the center of Hurricane Hector was approximately 370 miles ESE of South Point at latitude 16.6 N and longitude 150.7 W, moving west at approximately 16 mph. NHC said "Gradual weakening is expected to begin Tuesday night, and Ileana is forecast to dissipate by Wednesday afternoon or evening due to its proximity to the much larger Tropical Storm or Hurricane John located to its southwest".
Farther west was recently formed Tropical Storm Kristy, which had sustained winds of 50 miles per hour and could become a hurricane.
The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency has advised residents to prepare an emergency kit that includes at least a 14-day supply of food, water and other necessities.
In the early morning advisory, the hurricane center noted that Debby lost its subtropical characteristics and became a tropical storm.
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Closer to shore was Ileana, which was centered about 305 miles (495 kilometers) southeast of Manzanillo.
Hector also posed no immediate threat to land, but the center said people in Hawaii should monitor the storm's progress as it was projected to pass just south of the islands by midweek.
The storm's centre was about 240 miles (385 kilometres) west-southwest of the southern tip of the Baja and moving to the northwest at 15 mph (24 kph). It will not affect any land areas. Debby is the fourth named storm of the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season. The rest of the Atlantic Basin is quiet at this time.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will release its updated mid-season hurricane forecast on Thursday.