Tropical Storm Barbara

From DNN,

Tropical Storm Barbara, swirling off the southwestern coast of Mexico, could strengthen over the next few days to become the Pacific’s first hurricane, forecasters predicted. (See Storm Track)

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Update:

Tropical Storm Barbara weakened off the southwestern Pacific coast of Mexico on Thursday and forecasters said the storm was unlikely to become a hurricane.

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Only twice before has the hurricane center had two named May storms, in 1984 and 1956, and forecasters have predicted a busy hurricane season.

Update:

Tropical Storm Barbara lashed coffee- and sugar-growing regions near the Pacific coasts of Guatemala and Mexico with wind and rain on Saturday, toppling palm huts but causing no reported injuries.


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