On the shores of the American continent, the hurricane season started actively. Now even in the eastern part of the Pacific Ocean, two tropical storms are moving at once. “Aletta” is gradually losing its strength, and if it was a hurricane of the 4th category yesterday morning, it is now weakened to the level of a tropical storm, and continues to leave to the north-east, to the uninhabited regions of the ocean.
A little south of it will be a storm, called “Bad”. It is projected that by the evening of Monday it will increase to the category of a hurricane, and by Thursday, a little weakened, will hit down with storms and storm winds along the Mexican peninsula of Yucatán.