NASA has released video captured from the cameras onboard the International Space Station showing three hurricanes churning in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, reports Associated Press.
Drier air and strong upper atmosphere winds are weakening Hurricane Madeline as it approaches Hawaii.
Central Pacific Hurricane Center forecaster Tom Evans says the storm no longer has the strong, noticeable eye that was seen Tuesday.
Madeline was 140 miles southeast of the Big Island city of Hilo early Wednesday with maximum sustained winds of 80 mph, slower than Tuesday's 120 mph winds.
A second Pacific hurricane, called Lester, is still far from Hawaii, but weather forecasters say it is expected to weaken to a tropical storm as it passes the state.
And the third one is Hurricane Gaston is moving in the Atlantic Ocean.