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 23, bringing wind speeds of 120 mph and..
Hurricane Willa made landfall on the Pacific Coast of Mexico on October 23, bringing wind speeds of 120 mph and life-threatening rainfall. Nicola Rustichelli of Web Cams de Mexico was in El Rosario, Sinaloa, on October 24, and he managed to record..
Hurricane Willa caused flooding in San Blas, Mexico, on Wednesday, October 24, after making landfall the night before. San Blas, in the state of Nayarit, was among the towns affected by the storm, Mexico News Daily reported. Some residents were forced..
Hurricane Willa made landfall on the Pacific Coast of Mexico on October 23, bringing wind speeds of 120 mph and life-threatening rainfall.Nicola Rustichelli of Web Cams de Mexico was in El Rosario, Sinaloa, on October 24, and he managed to record some..
After walloping Mexico as a hurricane, the storm known as Willa is now heading to the US -- where it could spawn the first nor'easter of the year. During its days-long slog from the Pacific to the Atlantic, Willa will also unload heavy rain in places..
Winds from Hurricane Willa lashed the beach of Playa el Real on October 21 as the storm advanced towards Colima, Mexico. According to reports from Mexico News Daily and NBC, Hurricane Willa is expected to produce a storm surge over west-central and..
Hurricane Willa brought large waves and rain to the beaches of Puerto Vallarta, a resort town along the coast in Jalisco, Mexico, on October 22 and 23. This footage shows a glimpse of the waves as well as some undaunted body-boarders in the water...
Large waves crashed against the shoreline in Jalisco on Tuesday, October 23, as the Mexican state braced for the impact of Hurricane Willa. This video shows the waves at a taped off beach in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. The state of Jalisco was among..
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.
Authorities rushed to evacuate low-lying areas and set up shelters as an "extremely dangerous" Hurricane Willa, with maximum sustained winds of 130 mph, headed toward a stretch of Mexico's Pacific coast.
High winds and rain began to hit Mexico on Monday, October 22, as people prepared for Hurricane Willa.This video shows choppy water at Punta Perula beach in Jalisco, which was among five Mexican states under a blue storm alert issued by the National..
Hurricane Willa Still Dangerous as Category 4 Storm The storm intensified off Mexico’s Pacific coast Willa sustained winds of 160 mph, The hurricane center said it could hit Mexico’s southwestern coast as early as Tuesday afternoon. Near the..