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GRUPO AEROPORTUARIO DEL PACIFICO REPORTS PASSENGER TRAFFIC INCREASE OF 10.3% FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER

, 11/05/2018 / 18:10, EST/EDT - EQS Newswire - GRUPO AEROPORTUARIO DEL PACIFICO, S.A.B. DE C.V*GUADALAJARA, JALISCO, MEXICO / ACCESSWIRE / November 5, 2018 /* Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico, S.A.B...
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This week's weather in photos

From Hurricane Willa to flash flooding, here is last week's weather in pictures.
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Nicola Rustichelli captured video of the aftermath of Hurricane Willa in the Sinaloa province town of Agua Verde on October 24. Hurricane Willa made landfall on the Pacific coast of Mexico on October..

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The effects of former Hurricane Willa are expected to bring heavy rain and high winds in a Tri-State nor'easter this weekend. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.

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It will take more than a hurricane to shake Florida’s red tide

it will take more than a hurricane to shake florida’s red tide
Even a hurricane isn’t powerful enough to dislodge a toxic algal bloom from Florida’s shores. When Hurricane Michael pummeled the Florida panhandle last week, scientists wondered whether the storm..
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Hurricane Willa ravages fishing village on Mexico's Pacific coast

When Amadeo Ramos went to bed Tuesday night, nine sturdy metal tables were fixed to the concrete floor of his seafood restaurant just off the boardwalk of the Mexican fishing village of Teacapan.
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Mexico Deals With Storm Damage as Willa Weakens

Mexican authorities worked Wednesday to distribute supplies and restore services after the passage of Hurricane Willa, which left thousands without power and caused flooding and damage as it slammed..
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Best’s Briefing: Mexico’s Insurance Industry Remains Well-Positioned to Absorb Hurricane Willa Losses

best’s briefing: mexico’s insurance industry remains well-positioned to absorb hurricane willa losses
MEXICO CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mexico’s insurance industry overall remains well-capitalized and can absorb the financial impact generated from Hurricane Willa, which made landfall Oct. 23, 2018, but..
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One-time Hurricane Willa dumping heavy rain on Mexico, on path for U.S.

Damage reports sketchy in Mexico; storm had maximum sustained winds of 30 mph after slamming ashore as Cat 3 hurricane packing 120 mph winds
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Mexicans recover after Willa's 'end of world' onslaught

Residents on Mexico's Pacific Coast on Wednesday began clearing up the wreckage left by Hurricane Willa, which ripped through towns overnight, tearing off rooftops, downing power lines and splitting..
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Why Are So Many Hurricanes Getting So Strong, So Quickly?

why are so many hurricanes getting so strong, so quickly?
Watch VideoWhat do hurricanes like Michael, Irma and Harvey all have in common? They all intensified into strong hurricanes very quickly — and storm researchers say this behavior could become more..
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Hurricane Willa Makes Landfall In Mexico Before Moving North To Bring Rainfall Across US

hurricane willa makes landfall in mexico before moving north to bring rainfall across us
Hurricane Willa slammed into Mexico Pacific coast on Tuesday evening, bringing winds of up to 120 mph (195 kph) that brought power outages after it made landfall 50 miles (80 kilometers) southeast of..
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Mexicans regroup after Hurricane Willa

No people have been reported killed in Mexico with tropical storm Willa easing after smashing into the coast packing winds of up to 195km/h and heavy downpours.
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Remnants of Hurricane Willa to help fuel powerful East Coast nor’easter

Hurricane Willa may be gone, but some of its remnant energy and moisture will help fuel the first nor'easter of the season for the East Coast this weekend.
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Hurricane Willa remnants could fuel Delaware's first nor'easter of the season

Delawareans are in for a wet, windy weekend as the first nor'easter of the season makes its way to the Mid-Atlantic.
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👉 Hurricane Willa Roars Toward Mexican Resort Area as Authorities Declare an Extraordinary Emergency via Hvper.com


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Hurricane Willa brings waves crashing over Mexico beaches

Hurricane Willa has been downgraded to a tropical storm but is still packing winds of 120 mph. People in coastal cities are advised to look out for storm surge and rainfall.
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Hurricane Willa hits Mexican coast


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Hurricane Willa: Storm could bring 'life-threatening flash flooding' after lashing Mexico coast with 120mph winds

Experts warn 18 inches of rain expected in some states
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Willa weakens to tropical storm, torrential rain to continue

MAZATLAN, Mexico -- The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Wednesday that Hurricane Willa has weakened to a tropical storm but torrential rains will continue in west-central Mexico.
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