• Storm Willa weakens while moving inland from Mexico's Pacific coast

    25 days ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    After making landfall on Mexico's Pacific coast as a fierce Category 3 storm, Storm Willa is moving inland. A category three hurricane when it made landfall, Willa has since weakened and been downgraded to a tropical storm.
    Although weakening rapidly, the Hurricane still packs in strength to disrupt normal life by causing life-threatening flash floods and landslides. The US National Hurricane Center has also warned of large waves and rough surf conditions on the coast of the states of Sinaloa and Nayarit.
    Storm Willa hit land just 15km from the town of Escuinapa in Sinaloa state. Reports...
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  • Hurricane Willa makes landfall at Mexico's Pacific coast, locals and tourists evacuated

    Hurricane Willa makes landfall at Mexico's Pacific coast, locals and tourists evacuated

    25 days ago - By Travel and Tourworld

    Hurricane Willa has landed on Mexico's Pacific coast as a fierce Category 3 storm, according to the National Hurricane Center. Lashing Isla del Bosque, Sinaloa state, in Mexico, the Hurricane hit with 120 mph wind speeds and a wind gust of 95 mph.
    The US National Hurricane Center warned it was unleashing “an extremely dangerous storm surge... along portions of the coast of southwestern Mexico.”
    More than 4,250 people were evacuated from high-risk areas, including tourists who were on vacation at the beach, the head of Mexico's emergency services, Luis Felipe Puente, told a press...
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