2018 Central Pacific hurricane season wraps up today

Shoppers stock up on supplies for Hurricane Lane at the Kona Target. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
A store in the Kona Inn Shopping Village is prepared for Hurricane Lane. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
Laaloa Beach Park (Magic Sands), was due to Hurricane Lane, though the storm spared West Hawaii for the most part. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)
Flooding due to Hurricane Lane caused major damage in the Piihonua nieghborhood in Hilo.
HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald Flooding debris from Hurricane Lane riddles the soccer fields at Hilo Bayfront.

Piihonua resident Margaret Collins looks out over flood damage due to Hurricane Lane in the Piihonua neighborhood Aug. 24 in Hilo. (HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald)

This photo provided by Jessica Henricks show a flood Wailuku River on Aug. 23 as Hurricane Lane passed. (Jessica Henricks/via AP)

This Aug. 22 image provided by NOAA shows Hurricane Lane south of Hawaii. Hurricane Lane was forecast to continue its northwest turn into the islands Thursday. (NOAA/via AP)

KAILUA-KONA — The 2018 Central Pacific hurricane season officially ends today. However, a developing El Niño could potentially fuel some offseason action.