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Hurricane Dean

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Hurricane Dean became the first catagory 5 hurricane to hit land in the Atlantic basin since Hurricane Andrew slammed into Miami in 1992, Dean made landfall in the port town of Majahual, MX with winds up to 165 mph so far there have been no reports of damage or death but that will change when Dean moves past the area. The good news if there is any is that the storm missed Cozumel and Cancun and hit the less populated areas of the Mexican coastline.

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If anyone knows the conditions of the area just north (10 miles) of Mahahual, can they please let me know? We have friends that live there, and others that own/operate the Mayan Beahc Garden hotel ... any information would be greatly appreciated.

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If anyone knows the conditions of the area just north (10 miles) of Mahahual, can they please let me know? We have friends that live there, and others that own/operate the Mayan Beahc Garden hotel ... any information would be greatly appreciated.

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Hurricane Felix looks like it will make a direct hit on the Mexican coast not far from where Hurricane Dean hit 2 weeks ago, Felix is forcast to be a major hurricane when it makes landfall. Here is the projected path for Felix though it will more than likely change in the next couple of days.

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Huricane Felix made landfall today as a catagory 5 right near the borders of Nicaragua and Honduras, It was 9 years ago when hurricane Mitch hit the same area and killed 11,000 people and Mitch was only a cat. 1 when it hit. With Felix's landfall today it makes it the first time in recorded history that 2 catagory 5 hurricanes made landfall in the same season.

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