Travellers be warned – Hurricane Bud headed towards Pacific coast of Mexico
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Travellers be warned – Hurricane Bud headed towards Pacific coast of Mexico

Puerto Vallarta : Mexico | May 25, 2012 at 1:45 AM PDT
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*Category 3* Hurricane Bud Update - May 24th, 2012

This is a warning to all those who plan to travel to Mexico - a warning has been issued by the U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami that Hurricane Bud is likely to strike the Pacific Coast of Mexico.

This has been reported in foxnews dated the 24th of May 2012.

The Hurricane Bud is headed towards an area of beach resorts and small mountain villages that stretches south from Puerto Vallarta.

A hurricane warning has been given for the Pacific coast of Mexico from Manzanillo northwestward to Cabo Corrientes.

Many schools in Jalisco state have been shut down in anticipation of heavy rains and the administration is readying itself by getting ready emergency shelters to tackle the fallout of the climatic disturbances.

The authorities of Jalisco state has prepared hundreds of cots and kept ready dozens of heavy vehicles like bulldozers which would be needed to move the debris after the hurricane blows over.

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