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Category 3 Hurricane Bud heads north off Mexico

12 June 2018

Hurricane Bud is located just over 250 miles off the Pacific Coast of Mexico, the NHC said, with the storm set to edge closer towards the country during the week.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Bud has maximum sustained winds of 115 miles per hour (185 kph).

"Even though Bud is now a powerful hurricane, it is going to pass over ocean waters of progressively decreasing heat content", the center said.

"Significantly cooler waters around the southern tip of Baja California should reduce Bud's intensity below hurricane status before it reaches that land", the centre said.

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"Some additional strengthening is possible today, but a slow weakening trend is expected to begin by early Tuesday".

The coast will also continue to see swell and potentially life threatening surf and rip in southwestern Mexico. Rainfall of 3 to 6 inches (75 to 150 millimeters), with isolated patches of 10 inches (250 millimeters), was possible into Tuesday afternoon.

No warnings have been issued, but the NHC encouraged residents in Southern California to keep an eye on the storm.

By this morning it was a tropical depression, the NHR said. A near-normal season has three to five tropical cyclones, and an above-normal season has six or more tropical cyclones, according to the NOAA. Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Aletta weakened into remnant low-pressure system in the Pacific, far from the Mexican coast. The storm became a major hurricane Monday when it surpassed Category 3.

Category 3 Hurricane Bud heads north off Mexico