By: yahoo201027 , 7:08 PM GMT on June 03, 2014
Well let’s just say…welcome Boris. Tropical Storm Boris had been named been named today by the National Hurricane Center as it about to hit Mexico anytime soon.
Winds now at 40 mph as the 11:00am Advisory, moving North at 5 mph with pressure of 999 millibars.
Tropical Storm Warning has been issued from Santa Cruz, Mexico to the Mexican/Guatemalan Border. This advisory had been issued due to the threat of heavy rain and mudslides by the time the storm comes in on either Late Tuesday Morning or Early Wednesday Morning.
As for the projected path, this storm will not last for long as it about to cross Mexico. Revamping Boris into the Atlantic is still imminent, giving it a 5 or 10 percent chance of name changing. But for now, Mexico is under a rainy and muddy threat.
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