Tropical Storm Nora became a hurricane off the coast of Mexico
Tropical Storm Nora intensified into a hurricane as it approached the coast of Mexico on Saturday. This was reported by the U.S. National Hurricane Watch Center.
According to its data, the cyclone is 810 km from the Mexican city of Cabo San Lucas (Baja California Southern) and is moving in a northwesterly direction at 4 m/s. At this time, the maximum wind speed within the hurricane is 33.3 m/s.