Three tropical cyclones active in the Mexican Pacific

Hurricane Max, Tropical Storm Norma, and Tropical Depression 15-E hit the Mexican Pacific
Taken from National Hurricane Center
14/09/2017
16:46
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Category 1 Hurricane Max zooms in the coasts of the southeastern state of Guerrero, while Tropical Storm Norma approaches south Baja California Sur in the north of the Mexican Pacific.

According to the last report of Mexico National Weather Service (SMN), the Tropical Depression 15-E  will not impact Mexico directly as it is located 472 miles (760 km) southeast from Cabo San Lucas.

For its part, The National Hurricane Center reported that "the cloud pattern (of 15-E) has not become any better organized since Tuesday and consists of a low-level center in between two shapeless blobs of deep convection."

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