Life on earth- The day was calm and the sky was clear. As night falls and the rains get heavy here in Nayarit, a bit of an eerie feeling starts to settle in. The fate of our structures to be decided by Mother Earth as she rages through our ocean and our land. We sit back and watch her and the wonder of the sky and the sea to see what she destroys and what she will let be. Prayers to all as we get closer. May this hurricane humble us, wash away our fears and renew our souls. #hurricanewilla#mexico#tropicalstorm#nayarit#cosmicconnection
TRACKING HURRICANE WILLA. Current situation of Lake Chapala in Jalisco as MEXICO braces for Hurricane Willa, which forecasters describe as "a potentially catastrophic storm", as it is about to make landfall along the country's southwestern coast on Tuesday Oct 23, 2018.
Hurricane Willa remains a Category 4 with some predicting that jt will build to a Category 5 as it hits land. Winds are expected to exceed 125 miles per hour.
Nadine and Michael were Atlantic storms at the same time (along with another one called Leslie) - the first time on record that we have had 3 Atlantic named storms simultaneously with winds >= 65 mph in October.
But Nadine was just a nice little tropical storm that stayed over the water and did no damage. .