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'Extremely dangerous' Hurricane Willa expected to make landfall Tuesday on Mexico coast

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 23 October 2018
'Extremely dangerous' Hurricane Willa expected to make landfall Tuesday on Mexico coastThe U.S. National Hurricane Center warned Willa was likely to bring “life-threatening storm surge, wind and rainfall” to parts of Mexico.
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News video: Mexico braces for Hurricane Willa

▶ Mexico braces for Hurricane Willa 00:26

Mexico faces a dangerous Category 4 hurricane that could bring heavy rain to south Texas later this week. Hurricane Willa is expected to make landfall along Mexico's Pacific coast Tuesday or Wednesday. It could strengthen to a Category 5 before it hits.

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