HURRICANE MANUEL IN MEXICO 2013
rawstoryImage: rawstoryPart of the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season Hurricane Ingridwas one of two tropical cyclones, along with Hurricane Manuel, to strike Mexico within a 24‑hour period, the first such occurrence since 1958. Ingrid was the ninth named storm and second hurricane of the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season.
Hurricane Ingrid - Wikipedia
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Hurricane Manuel - Wikipedia
OverviewMeteorological historyPreparationsImpactAftermathHurricane Manuel was the most destructive eastern Pacific tropical cyclone on record. Manuel brought widespread flooding across much of Mexico in September 2013, along with Hurricane Ingrid, which hit the opposite side of the nation the same day as Manuel, the first such occurrence since 1958. The fifteenth named storm and seventh hurricane of the annual hurricane season, Manuel originated from a strong area of low pressure south of Acapulco on September 13. Within favorable conditions aloft, thSee more on enpedia · Text under CC-BY-SA license
Hurricane Manuel hits Mexico; dozens missing after
Sep 18, 2013Dozens of people are missing after a mudslide that buried homes as Hurricane Manuel pounded the country's Pacific coast, Mexico's president said Wednesday.