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Miami (AFP) Aug 1, 2011
Eugene gathered strength in the Pacific to become the fifth hurricane of the season Monday, even though it was destined to remain far from the coasts of the Mexico, the National Hurricane Center said.
It had maximum sustained winds of 75 miles (120 kilometers) per hour and was moving west-northwest at 13 miles (20 kilometers) per hour with the center about 405 miles (650 kilometers) south of Zihuatanejo, Mexico, according to the NHC.
No coastal watches or warnings were in effect, but the weather experts warned that further strengthening could be expected.
Eugene is now a category one hurricane, but the hurricane center said there were no hazards currently to land.
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Tropical Storm Eugene forms over North Pacific
Washington (AFP) July 31, 2011
Tropical Storm Eugene has formed over the North Pacific Ocean and is expected to strengthen in the coming days though it remained far from the Mexican coast, the US forecasters said Sunday. The fifth named storm of the May 15-November 30 Eastern Pacific hurricane season, Eugene was located about 410 miles (660 kilometers) south of Acapulco, Mexico, according to the National Hurricane Center ... read more
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