Photo courtesy Eric Holthaus Twitter page
As Hawaii prepared for incoming Hurricane Iselle and Hurricane Julio on Thursday, residents and tourists took to Twitter to share their reactions.
Tweets came from all sources, from news outlets to young kids to mobile app companies.
As the hurricanes moved closer to Hawaii, a surprise 4.5-magnitude earthquake hit the northern tip of Hawaii's Big Island. As you can imagine, that created even more of a reaction on Twitter.
Here are some top tweets as Hawaii prepared for the historic hurricanes.
NJ Weather Blogs tweeted:
Weather forecaster Eric Holthaus tweeted:
The Associated Press tweeted:
And, yes, there's an app that traces hurricanes. The Hurricane Tracker App added:
Holthaus painted (or tweeted) a picture of what Hawaii could expect:
TravelPulse Founder and CEO Mark Murphy gave some advice to those currently in the islands:
Murphy's son was hoping to get in a longboard skateboarding session before the hurricanes hit, which probably extended to many Hawaiians:
One visitor echoed Mark Murphy's previous sentiments about Murphy's Law:
And leave it to technology to capture some stunning images of the hurricanes:
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