SEASON’S FIRST EASTERN PACIFIC HURRICANE, ENRIQUE, FORMS OFF MEXICO

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The first hurricane of the eastern Pacific season formed Saturday and forecasters said it might grow a bit stronger while advancing northwestward off the Mexican coast, potentially causing cialis fast delivery usa heavy rainfall on shore.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Hurricane Enrique’s maximum sustained winds strengthened in its first hours but were holding near 85 mph Saturday evening. Earlier forecasts said Enrique could reach Category 2 strength by Sunday, but the center said the latest conditions pointed to only some slight further gain in power.

The storm’s core was predicted to stay at sea while moving parallel to the coast over the next several days, before beginning to weaken after reaching cooler waters in a few days.

Enrique was centered about 225 miles south of Cabo Corrientes – the bulge on the coast south of Puerto Vallarta – and it was headed to the west-northwest at 6 mph.