Hurricane Willa slams Mexico's Pacific coast with powerful wind, heavy rain; more than 4,250 people evacuated
Wednesday, 24 October 2018 Hurricane Willa crashed ashore in western Mexico Tuesday, lashing the Pacific coast with powerful wind, heavy rain and what forecasters warned was "extremely dangerous" storm surge.
Hurricane Willa made landfall on the Pacific coast of Mexico Tuesday. It's expected to bring rain to Texas, and is on track to become the East Coast's first major nor'easter of the season. WCBS chief weathercaster Lonnie Quinn is tracking the storm.
A sudden, powerful storm derailed a cargo train in Dexter, Missouri, on February 7, causing a pileup of train cars at the intersection with 1 Mile Road, according to local reports. Ben Sok, who filmed..