Hurricane Raymond threatens southern Mexico, schools to close




 
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Hurricane Raymond threatens southern Mexico, schools to close
 
October 21st, 2013  
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Hurricane Raymond threatens southern Mexico, schools to close
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Schools were to stay closed on Mexico's southern Pacific coast on Monday as a region still reeling from record flooding battened down the hatches against the advance of a hurricane blowing winds of over 100 mph. Raymond, a strong category two hurricane, is rumbling slowly toward Acapulco, threatening the beach resort with more heavy rain just weeks after storms knocked out its airport, wrecking homes, roads and cars, and stranding thousands of tourists. The Miami-based National Hurricane Center said Raymond could become a major, or category three hurricane, at any time. ...

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