Hurricane warning in Mexico: “Roslyn” will probably soon hit the Pacific coast. Resorts are also affected.
Manzanillo – Hurricane Roslyn is heading for the Pacific coast of Mexico. The center of the hurricane was about 250 kilometers southwest of the port city of Manzanillo in the state of Colima on Saturday, as the US hurricane center announced. The Category 3 hurricane moved northwest with winds up to 120 miles per hour. “Roslyn” is likely to continue gaining strength and make landfall in Nayarit state on Sunday.
A hurricane warning has been issued for the resorts between Playa Perula and El Roblito and the Islas Marias. The Mexican Weather Service warned of heavy rain, flooding and landslides. Tropical cyclone season begins May 15 in the Pacific and June 1 in the Atlantic. It ends in both regions on November 30th. dpa