The storm came ashore near Isla del Bosque, Sinaloa, at 9 p.m. ET with maximum winds of 120 mph. Those winds have weakened to just 45 mph, as of the NHC’s 2 a.m. ET update. The storm is currently about 10 miles southeast of the Mexico’s midwestern state of Durango, moving north at 20 mph….

Read the full article at the publisher’s site: https://www.npr.org/2018/10/24/660083413/willa-weakens-to-tropical-storm-moves-farther-inland-over-western-mexico
 

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