- Associated Press - Wednesday, August 5, 2015

HONOLULU (AP) - The National Weather Service has dropped all tropical storm watches for the Hawaiian Islands as Tropical Storm Guillermo continues to weaken.

A high surf advisory, however, remains in effect through Thursday morning. Forecasters say Guillermo is moving far enough north of the main islands to keep storm force conditions away.

Forecasters say east-facing shores could still see high, life-threatening surf from swells associated with the storm over the next couple of days.

Guillermo is expected to continue to weaken and turn into a tropical depression by Thursday night after the storm moves more than 100 miles north of the islands.

Maximum sustained winds are currently around 60 mph with some higher gusts.

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