Maui is experiencing its most intense winter on record.

At least three hurricanes have been forecast to churn through the island over the next few weeks.

The first is expected to pass over the weekend, bringing tropical-storm force winds to Maui and affecting coastal communities, and the second will pass over Sunday night and reach Honolulu, Hawaii’s capital city by Monday.

The third storm, which is expected Sunday night, is forecast to bring down the island, causing coastal flooding.

Tropical-storm-force winds are expected to cause flooding on Maui’s streets, beaches and waterways as well as damaging winds and coastal erosion.

The Honolulu Fire Department says the third storm is expected in the early morning hours of Sunday, which could cause serious damage to homes and businesses. More: