Hurricane Willa breaks an eastern and central Pacific storm season record

Half the 22 named storms were cat 3 hurricanes or stronger, unleashing record-breaking energy

Hurricane Willa

GATHERING STORM  Hurricane Willa, seen here by the GOES East satellite on October 23 heading for Mexico’s southwestern coast, is the 22nd named storm in the eastern and central Pacific in 2018.


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