Hurricane Dalila far from Mexico’s Pacific coast

  • July 2, 2013

MIAMI (AP) – Hurricane Dalila continued to move slowly away from Mexico’s Pacific coast and is expected to weaken again.

The storm Tuesday had maximum sustained winds of 75 mph. The storm was centered about 195 miles west-southwest of Manzanillo, Mexico, last night and was inching toward the west-northwest.

The government of Mexico has issued no storm warnings or watches for the coast.

The National Hurricane Center in Miami said swells generated by Dalila are affecting portions of the southwest coast of Mexico.

The biggest danger has been heavy surf and rip currents.


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