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North Pacific to face two to five Major Hurricanes

The eastern North Pacific Ocean is witnessing strengthening of the Tropical Storm Felicia into a hurricane on the Thursday morning, as stated by the reliable reports information. In the time of noon, at around 2 pm PT, the position of the center of Category 1 storm was placed at about 730 miles towards the southwest part of the southern tip of Baja California.

As per the trusted sources of information, the Hurricane Felicia is now going towards westward. It is known to be moving with a speed of 12 mph, along with the maximum sustained winds up which are till 85 mph with higher gusts, as reported by the NOAA NWS National Hurricanes center.

The winds that are being forced by the Hurricanes are known to extend outward up to 25 miles from the center. Further, the tropical storm forces the winds to go up to 80 miles as the given reports. As per the estimate, by the Friday, July 16, 2021 a gradual turn is likely to happen to the west-southwest and this same motion is expected to last for around next two days. Even though the Hurricanes Felicia is expected to witness large intensity in the next day, there are no coastal warnings or watches that are in effect.

The NOAA agency stated that the eastern pacific are officially known to begin on 15 may and end by the last day of November. Further, the agency said in the month of may that there is a 70% chance of two to five major Hurricanes as well as five to ten normal Hurricanes to occur.

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