Hurricane Bud strengthens to category 3 off Mexico Pacific coast
Huricane Bud strengthened to a category 3 storm on Monday about 265 miles (426 km) off the Pacific coast of Mexico.
Hurricane Bud strengthened to a category 3 storm on Monday about 265 miles (426 km) off the Pacific coast of Mexico, the Miami-based US National Hurricane Center said.
With maximum sustained winds of 120 miles per hour, Bud was moving northwest at about 7 miles per hour, the centre said. The heart of the storm is expected to remain considerably offshore.
While the storm may strengthen on Monday, it will likely begin weakening on Tuesday, the centre said.
The storm is expected to generate 3 to 6 inches of rain in southwestern Mexico, the centre said, warning of possible flash floods and mud slides.
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