Hurricane Hilary is rapidly intensifying, could bring significant flooding to Southern California, Southwest


Florida, and parts of the Caribbean in the coming days.

Hurricane Hilary has increased in intensity quickly since forming, and is now classified as a Category 3 storm. The hurricane is heading to the west-northwest, and is currently located just east of the Yucatan Peninsula. It is likely the hurricane’s path will turn more northward and head closer to the United States coastline over the next few days.

It is important to note that the exact path of the hurricane is still uncertain at this time, and the areas listed are all possible targets that could be affected by Hurricane Hilary. If the storm does head closer to the United States coast, it could produce dangerous storm surge flooding along with hurricane-force winds, and potentially tornadoes. Those living along the U.S. South Coast should monitor the progress of the storm closely and be prepared for potential evacuation orders.

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