According to the warning of the weather forecasters, the “extremely dangerous” Category 5 storm Hurricane Willa hit the western shoreward of Mexico after whipping the Pacific Coast with heavy rain along with violent wind which generates high tides.
The violent and powerful storm which was considered as a highest Category 5 Hurricane, in the beginning, had been weakened slightly and was also considered as Category 3 while it moved on toward landside.
But according to the forecasts and warning of the weather reports still, this crucial storm has that enough potential to be a cause of devastation through deadly flooding and terrible landslides which can smash the civilized area awfully.
National Meteorological Service of Mexico stated on Twitter, “ The eye of Hurricane Willa is now over the coastline near the town of Escuinapa, Sinaloa state”.
As per the warning of the US National Hurricane Center the power of this storm is severely frightening which is, “ an extremely dangerous storm surge… along portions of the coast of Southern Mexico ”
Hurricane Willa firstly whipped the Marias islands where the federal prison of Mexico is located.
The inland ministry did not reply to the queries on whether the 1,000 jailbirds who were boarded there had been evacuated by the emergency measures and the urgent proceedings for the penal colony.
Luis Felipe Puente, the head of the emergency service of Mexico told in a press conference, “ We do not have any reports of damages there so far”. According to him, the high-risk areas had been evacuated by more than 4,250 people even along with tourists who were spending the vacation at the beach.
As per the report of the National Hurricane Center Hurricane Willa has the power to generate undergoing winds around 195 kilometres per hour.
As per the forecasts it is expected that Hurricane Willa will hit the major parts of Sinaloa, Nayarit and Jalisco states along with 15 to 30 centimetres rain. An alert had been announced in these three states and the schools have been also cancelled.
As per the warning of NHC, “ This rainfall will cause life-threatening flash flooding and landslides”.