First it was Hurricane Harvey that struck Texas and Louisiana, Then Hurricane Irma hammered Florida and continues to cause problems throughout the south.
Now, Mexico may have to deal with a Hurricane of its own.
Hurricane Max became a category 1 Hurricane on Thursday and it’s heading toward the tourist heavy Pacific coast.
The National Hurricane Center says the storm has winds of 75 miles per hour and was about 55 miles southwest of Acapulco Thursday morning.
Acuweather.com says the storm is expected to make landfall sometime Thursday afternoon.
Meteorologists say Max will weaken quickly because of the mountainous region however the storm will quote, “bring the biggest threat for flooding across the state of Guerrero, including Acapulco.
This comes a week after the deadly 8.1 magnitude earthquake that hit Mexico’s southern coast.
It was the strongest quake to hit the country in a century leaving nearly 100 people dead.