Tropical storm “Frank” moves to Mexico


Tropical storm “Frank” has gained the force of a hurricane the first category in the Pacific ocean off the coast of Mexico, according to the national weather service, the Latin American countries.

The wind speed within the hurricane reaches 120 kilometers per hour with gusts to 150 kilometers per hour. Now “Frank” is 715 kilometers from the city of Cabo San Lucas and moving away from the coast at a speed of 19 kilometers per hour.

“Frank” became the fifth hurricane formed in the Pacific ocean this year. The first was the “Blas”, formed in the beginning of July. The meteorologists say that “Frank” with the big share of probability will not affect Mexico and pass by her shores. Now he is slowly moving away from the coast.

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