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A Category 5 Major Hurricane Otis, is on a path toward making landfall near Acapulco. With wind speeds of 270 km/h (165 mph), and a barometric pressure of 923 mb the storm will bring significant threat of a potentially devastating storm surge.
This also makes Otis the strongest known hurricane landfall on Mexico's Pacific Coast (Hurricane Patricia, mid-October 2015).
- Tej is a Tropical Storm which has just made landfall in Yemen.
- Typhoon Lola rapidly intensified having crossed islands of Vanuatu.
- Cat 1 Hurricane Tammy is moving away from the Leeward Islands.
- Tropical Storm Otis is forecasted to make landfall in southern Mexico.
- Typhoon Hamoon is moving over Bangladesh and NE India, producing heavy rain and strong winds in that region.
- Tropical Depression 95L is making an impact on Nicaragua.
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