Hawaii is about to get its first hurricane in more than 20 years, Jennifer Sinco Kelleher and Audrey McAvoy reported Thursday for the Associated Press.
Hurricane Iselle was expected to arrive on the Big Island on Thursday evening, bringing heavy rains, winds gusting up to 85 mph and flooding in some areas. Weather officials changed their outlook on the system Wednesday after seeing it get a little stronger, giving it enough oomph to stay a hurricane as it reaches landfall.
Here are Thursday’s front pages from The Honolulu Star-Advertiser in Honolulu and The Garden Island in Lihu’e, courtesy Newseum:
Newseum also has collections of newspaper fronts from past hurricanes. Here’s one from Oct. 29, 2012, from The Star-Ledger in Newark, New Jersey:
Here’s the front from The Virginian-Pilot on Aug. 27, 2011:
And from The Times-Picayune on Aug. 30, 2005:
Related: On July 8, Poynter’s Ben Mullin wrote “How New York media outlets adapted after Hurricane Sandy.”