Beside to oil installations, hurricane-strength up to 115 miles / hour it also threatens tourist town
VIVAnews - Hurricane Bud was moving up the coast of Mexico and the threat level increased to a Category 3. This is the first hurricane of the Pacific since the beginning of 2012 which came ashore.
Reuters news agency, sourced from the U.S. Hurricane Center (NHC), revealed that Bud was blowing at a maximum speed of 115 miles / hour. The wind was on Thursday when a potentially threatening Mexican port city of Manzanillo.
Mexico's western coast has a number of oil installations. But Bud is also threatening the tourist town of Puerto Vallarta. Accompanied by heavy rain, Bud is expected to weaken before it could potentially cause a landslide on Friday when Mexico.
"There may be some fluctuations in wind strength between Thursday night and into Friday morning local time before weakening in the afternoon. However, Bud is still expected to reach the coast of Mexico hurricanes form," the NHC.
On Thursday evening local time (Friday afternoon local time), was located about 170 miles southwest of Manzanillo. It is the largest port city of Mexico is facing directly into the Pacific Ocean. The wind was moving to the north and northeast with a speed of 10 miles per hour.
The Mexican government has implemented awareness of impending hurricanes along the coast of Punta San Telmo to Cabo Corrientes.