Hurricane Alex

The first hurricane  of the season, Alex, ripped through Northern Mexico and Central America with wind of 105 mph and is blamed for at least thirteen deaths.  None of the deaths occurred in the regions were there was landfall. Hurricane Alex is now a tropical storm and will probably dissipate over the high mountains in Mexico overnight. Alex was the strongest hurricane  in since 1966. Hurricane Alma had winds of 125 mph as it hit the western coast of Florida.

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