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Re: Hurricane Barbara Making Landfall - Heads Toward Bay of Campeche
      Wed May 29 2013 08:47 PM



As of 3:45PM CDT, Hurricane Barbara is now pushing inland, having made landfall on the coast of the Mexican state of Chiapas at 2:50 PM CDT. Very strong tropical storm to hurricane force winds and very heavy rain will continue for several hours. Over the next day or two, life threatening flash flooding will likely be the greatest risk.

Hurricane Barbara Sets Records
According to the NHC, Barbara has become the easternmost landfall for an eastern N. Pacific hurricane since reliable record keeping began in 1966, and is also the 2cd earliest hurricane landfall of reliable record.

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* Record Setting Hurricane Barbara Landfalls cieldumort Wed May 29 2013 08:47 PM
. * * Re: Hurricane Barbara Making Landfall - Heads Toward Bay of Campeche cieldumort   Wed May 29 2013 08:47 PM
. * * Re: Hurricane Barbara Making Landfall - Heads Toward Bay of Campeche LoisCane   Wed May 29 2013 10:09 PM
. * * Re: Hurricane Barbara Making Landfall - Heads Toward Bay of Campeche cieldumort   Wed May 29 2013 11:15 PM
. * * Re: East Pac TS Barbara Approaching Land - Heads Toward Bay of Campeche cieldumort   Wed May 29 2013 10:30 AM

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