WASHINGTON – The hurricane, Willa, who is currently on the Great Ocean of the earth is increased in strength to category 4. In and around the depression are wind speeds measured up to 210 kilometers per hour.
Possible areas that are by a lot of tourists are visited affected by Willa.
The U.s. National Hurricane Center (NHC) expect that the storm, which is now 360 miles from the coast, sat night in the middle of Mexico to land. Possible areas that are by a lot of tourists are visited affected by Willa.
In addition to the potential devastating and life-threatening winds, warns the NHC also for the large amounts of rainfall to potentially 380 millimeters in places along the Mexican southwest coast.