Severe weather continues to affect Mexico - Update

Today severe weather continues in the south, east and west of Mexico. The two major storms, plus a new low-pressure area, could bring much rain to most of the country, along with the risk of more major disruptions in transportation. In the west, the state of Guerrero was the most affected area, where roughly 40,000 tourists were stranded when the Acapulco airport suspended services and roads were damaged. Tropical Depression Manuel could strengthen today and move toward Baja, California. The storms continue to threaten the areas of Tamaulipas and Veracruz. In the south, another low pressure area could become a tropical cyclone within 48 hours, threatening the Yucatan Peninsula.

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