Monday, 22 October 2018

Hurricane Willa threatens Mexico tourist resorts



Tourist resorts on Mexico's Pacific coast are bracing for 160mph winds as Hurricane Willa barrels towards them.
 
The top-level category five storm is expected to be an "extremely dangerous major hurricane", the National Hurricane Centre (NHC) said, which could produce a "life-threatening storm surge".
 
 
Some areas may see as much as 18 inches (45cm) of rainfall, the NHC added.


While Willa is expected to weaken before making landfall, it may still pose major hazards.


It was about 135miles southwest of the town of Cabo Corrientes on Monday, and is due to reach land on Tuesday afternoon or evening.




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