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Mexico’s Caribbean coast braces for Hurricane Grace

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Cancún (Mexico) (AFP) – Hurricane Grace made landfall along Mexico’s eastern Yucatan peninsula Thursday, clocking winds of 80 miles (130 kilometers) per hour as the National Hurricane Center warned of a “dangerous storm surge” in the area. The center said in its last update that the Category One hurricane — the lowest on the five-level Saffir-Simpson scale —  was 10 miles from the town of Tulum on Mexico’s Caribbean coastline.  On Wednesday, as the Hurricane approached Mexico ground flights and forced tourists in some hotels along the Riviera Maya to hunker down overnight in storm shelters. …

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