Hurricane Bud: Path, models, latest forecast of Category 4 hurricane today

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Hurricane Bud is located just over 250 miles off the Pacific Coast of Mexico, the NHC said, with the storm set to edge closer towards the country during the week.

With maximum sustained winds of 115mph, Hurricane Bud is expected to rip through the western coasts of Mexico in the coming days. Bud was moving northwest at 11 kilometers per hour and was expected to remain offshore of the southwestern coast of mainland Mexico, the NHR said.

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Forecasters said Bud is heading toward cooler waters and is likely to fall below hurricane force by Wednesday night, then approach the southern Baja as a tropical storm late Thursday. Forecasters said the storm could strengthen a bit more before a slow weakening trend started Tuesday.

Torrential downpours could cause "life-threatening" flash floods, mudslides and waves along coastal areas in Mexico, the NHC said. Rainfall of 3 to 6 inches (75 to 150 millimeters), with isolated patches of 10 inches (250 millimeters), was possible into Tuesday afternoon. The storm became a major hurricane Monday when it surpassed Category 3.

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The 2018 hurricane season is here and after last year's devastating storms like Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, officials are warning residents and tourists alike to be prepared if severe weather comes.

Both depressions come in the wake of tropical storm Alberto, which slammed into Mexico, the Caribbean and the U.S. in late May, killing 10 people.

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