Category 3 Hurricane Bud will produce rain and wind on Pacific coast

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Hurricane Bud has grown to a category four hurricane but is still expected to get weaker as it approaches Mexico and the Southwestern United States, the National Hurricane Center's latest advisory says.

The NHC alert said: "At 9am MDT (2pm GMT) the eye of Hurricane Bud was located near latitude 16.7 North, longitude 106.8 West. Bud is moving toward the northwest near 7 miles per hour (11 km/h), and this motion is expected to continue today and tonight with a decrease in forward speed".

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The NHC said, with maximum sustained winds of 120 miles per hour, Bud is now moving northwest at about seven miles per hour.

With maximum sustained winds of 115mph, Hurricane Bud is expected to rip through the western coasts of Mexico in the coming days. "Bud is forecast to weaken below hurricane intensity by Wednesday night". A second system, Hurricane Bud, has since developed in the same region and is expected to send moist, humid air streaming into Southern California late this week.

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The storm may bring 3 to 6 inches across much of the area, with some locations seeing up to 10 inches of rain through Thursday. The hurricane center warned that this could cause flash floods and mudslides.

Last month, forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted a near- or above-normal 2018 hurricane season in the central Pacific.

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By this morning it was a tropical depression, the NHR said. The storm became a major hurricane Monday when it surpassed Category 3.

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