Hurricane Slams Los Cabos Resorts

The Associated Press reports Hurricane Henriette threatened Mexico's mainland Wednesday after hitting Los Cabos' resorts, while far to the south, the weakening remnants of Hurricane Felix dumped heavy rain over Central America, forcing thousands to flee. According to the AP, Henriette, which killed at least seven people in its run along Mexico's coast, apparently caused no deaths as it struck Los Cabos at the tip of the Baja California peninsula on Tuesday, but it remained dangerous. The hurricane's top winds were about 75 mph, and little change in strength was expected before it hits the mainland coast south of Arizona. Officials reported flooding in parts of northern and southern Honduras, where 27,000 people were evacuated. The storm passed near the capital of Tegucigalpa overnight and rain was still falling just before dawn. Visit [www.nws.noaa.gov] for continuous updates on both hurricanes. 

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