Two tropical storms threaten western Mexico

Posted on October 14, 2013 • Filed under: Mexico, Natural Disaster, Travel Weather Issues

NBC News reports that Mexico is bracing itself for more bad weather in the form of tropical storms Octave and Priscilla, which are moving across the eastern Pacific weeks after more than 100 people were killed by Hurricanes Manuel and Ingrid. Whipping up winds of nearly 40mph, Priscilla is expected to strengthen as it moves towards Mexico’s Baja California from its current starting position around 705 miles south of there. Tom Moore, a coordinating meteorologist at, said Priscilla was not likely to pose a major risk except at sea. “It’s going to be out and not affect any land,” he said. Read article

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