Rain, wind start as Hawaii feels 1st hurricane since '92

Posted: August 8, 2014 at 3:23 a.m.

A worker at the Menehune Water Company carries bottle of water to waiting customers, Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014, in Aiea, Hawaii. Hawaii is bracing for two back to back hurricanes, Iselle and Julio, which are on course to hit the Islands. Bottles of water are quickly disappearing off shelves in Hawaii causing many people to line up for several hours to purchase water directly from the company. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia)

HONOLULU -- Barely holding on to hurricane strength, Iselle's outer edges brought rain and wind to Hawaii on Thursday as it approached landfall, poised to become the first hurricane or tropical storm to hit the island chain in 22 years as another hurricane closely followed.

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