Hurricane Iselle and Hurricane Julio are pictured en route to Hawaii in this NASA handout satellite imageVia Malia Mattoch McManus HONOLULU (Reuters) – The heart of Tropical Storm Iselle made landfall on Hawaii's Large Island on Friday with sturdy winds and heavy rain, pulling down trees and causing power outages ahead of a extra highly effective storm gathering steam behind it. While Iselle has weakened to a tropical storm, in step with the U.S. Crucial Pacific Typhoon Heart, it’s being closely adopted by Julio, a Class three typhoon set to reach Hawaii on Monday. More than 1,200 folks flocked to evacuation shelters throughout the Giant Island, in keeping with County of Hawaii Civil Security, as heavy rains and powerful winds pummeled areas of East Hawaii from the Puna area to the town of Hilo.