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WEATHER CLAUDETTE
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July 10, 2003
Mexican authorities evacuated fishing villages and warned tourists on
the Yucatan peninsula and the...
Washington, United States of America
SATELLITE IMAGE OF TROPICAL STORM CLAUDETTE.
Mexican authorities evacuated fishing villages and warned tourists on
the Yucatan peninsula and the resort island of Cancun on July 10, 2003
as Tropical Storm Claudette blew in from the Caribbean, threatening to
become a hurricane. The storm packed sustained winds of 70 mph and was
expected to reach hurricane strength of 74 mph before hitting the
Yucatan on Friday. Claudette was 275 miles southeast of the popular
Caribbean island resort of Cozumel, which lies just off the Yucatan
coastline. Tourists there said they were being warned about the
incoming storm but saw no evidence of it so far. The image was taken by
the NOAA environmental satellite GOES-10 at 2:00 p.m. EDT on July 10,
2003. REUTERS/NOAA

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