Patricia hurricane strength is reduced after landfall

Patricia hurricane strength is reduced after landfall -

The Hurricane Patricia ', which was designated as the strongest in history in the West, was demoted to category 1 in its passage through Mexico, though still still winds up to 0 kilometers per hour and heavy rains are expected. (See: Mexico: expect "superhuracán of catastrophic dimensions")

The phenomenon formed in the Pacific Ocean landfall with Category 5, the highest level on the Saffir-Simpson scale, but as was advanced It reduced its strength to reach the lowest level on the same scale

the NWC Aztec country said the hurricane "will continue to move to shift to the northeast of Mexico.; is expected to continue causing very heavy rains intense wind gusts and high waves in the states of Central Pacific and Northeast territory. "

In this context he said that 'Patricia' continue degradation to become tropical storm.
Thus diluted what was described as "a threat of large-scale" by the president of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto .

"Do not go. Protect yourself and follow signs for Civil Protection. I am aware of you, "he had written the president on his Twitter account.

Preventively the army evacuated thousands of people in Jalisco and Colima states most affected by being the first to receive the hurricane strong winds that downed trees and signs but caused no fatalities.

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