Post a Comment Print Share on Facebook

The storm Norma becomes a hurricane, threatens Mexico

Depression approach the mexican coast with winds of 120 km/h.

- 20 reads.

The storm Norma becomes a hurricane, threatens Mexico
Tropical storm Norma became a hurricane approaching coast of Mexico, in Pacific, warned on Friday 15 September in evening american Center of hurricanes (NHC), referring to winds of 120 km/h.

at 3 o'clock GMT on Saturday, Norma was 435 km from Cabo San Lucas, a resort town of mexican State of Baja California in South, and moved at speed of 4 km/h. Norma could even take force on Saturday, according to NHC.

hurricane Max, a category 1 when it touched on Thursday, pacific coast of Mexico, with winds of 130 km/h, has been downgraded to a tropical storm. Last week, Katia, also a category 1, struck State of Veracruz (east), with two dead, but without causing damage to major equipment. In early September, storm Lidia had it done 7 dead at time of its passage in Baja California in South.

In 2013, two hurricanes near simultaneous had reached coasts of pacific and caribbean of Mexico, leading to death of 157 people.

Warning!

You have to login for comment. If you are not a member? Register now.

Login Sign Up