Hurricane Willa acquired a dangerous force on Sunday night as it advanced towards the Pacific coast of Mexico.

Hurricane Willa has been described as "extremely dangerous" after it strengthened rapidly on Sunday night and was upgraded to Category 4.

The hurricane heading towards the Pacific coast of Mexico was described as a "threat to life" by the US National Hurricane Center (NHC). UU., Which could cause damage in some of the most popular tourist areas of the country.

The NHC reported torrential rains and flash floods when reading the 5-step Saffir-Simpson hurricane scale showed that the hurricane had maximum sustained winds of approximately 130 miles per hour (209 km).

Hurricane Willa acquired a dangerous force on Sunday night as it advanced towards the Pacific coast of Mexico.

Hurricane Willa acquired a dangerous force on Sunday night as it advanced towards the Pacific coast of Mexico.

Willa is expected to arrive on land on Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday morning

Willa is expected to arrive on land on Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday morning

Willa is expected to arrive on land on Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday morning

A total rainfall estimated between 5 inches and 15 inches (12.5 cm to 38.1 cm) could soak the states of Jalisco, Nayarit and Sinaloa, where the beach resorts of Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan are located.

The center based in Miami believes that Willa to land on Tuesday afternoon or evening, but also reported that he could hit on Wednesday with a cyclonic storm surge when "large, destructive waves" join the meteorological system.

By Sunday afternoon, Willa was about 225 miles (362 km) southwest of Cabo Corrientes, on the coast of the state of Jalisco.

Those concerned about the coasts of central-western and southwestern Mexico were advised to follow Willa's progress.

Those concerned about the coasts of central-western and southwestern Mexico were advised to follow Willa's progress.

Those concerned about the coasts of central-western and southwestern Mexico were advised to follow Willa's progress.

The NHC reported torrential rains and flash floods when reading the 5-step Saffir-Simpson hurricane scale showed that the hurricane had maximum sustained winds of approximately 130 mph

The NHC reported torrential rains and flash floods when reading the 5-step Saffir-Simpson hurricane scale showed that the hurricane had maximum sustained winds of approximately 130 mph

The NHC reported torrential rains and flash floods when reading the 5-step Saffir-Simpson hurricane scale showed that the hurricane had maximum sustained winds of approximately 130 mph

A hurricane alert is in effect for San Blas to Mazatlan, which means that tropical storm force winds that make it possible to get outside from anywhere from difficult to dangerous can get inside 48 hours.

Playa Perula to San Blas has a tropical storm warning with the expected conditions within 36 hours.

A tropical storm alert for the north of Mazatlan to Tempehuaya Bay meant that tropical storm conditions were possible within 48 hours.

Those concerned about the coasts of central-western and southwestern Mexico were recommended to follow Willa's progress.

The Pacific coast of Mexico is home to some of the main tourist attractions. In the photo is Mazatlán, Sinaloa

The Pacific coast of Mexico is home to some of the main tourist attractions. In the photo is Mazatlán, Sinaloa

The Pacific coast of Mexico is home to some of the main tourist attractions. In the photo is Mazatlán, Sinaloa

A hurricane alert is valid for San Blas to Mazatlan (pictured, October 21), which means that tropical storm force winds could arrive in 48 hours

A hurricane alert is valid for San Blas to Mazatlan (pictured, October 21), which means that tropical storm force winds could arrive in 48 hours

A hurricane alert is valid for San Blas to Mazatlan (pictured, October 21), which means that tropical storm force winds could arrive in 48 hours

A tropical storm alert north of Mazatlán (represented on October 21) to Tempehuaya Bay meant that tropical storm conditions were possible within 48 hours

A tropical storm alert north of Mazatlán (represented on October 21) to Tempehuaya Bay meant that tropical storm conditions were possible within 48 hours

A tropical storm alert north of Mazatlán (represented on October 21) to Tempehuaya Bay meant that tropical storm conditions were possible within 48 hours

Meanwhile, tropical storm Vicente, which formed the previous day in the Pacific off southern Mexico, showed signs of weakening and lasted 230 miles (370 km) southeast of Acapulco.

The 22nd storm of the year had maximum sustained winds of 40 mph (64 kph) and the NHC said the center of the storm will likely remain near the coast or near the coast.

It is predicted that it will weaken to a state of tropical depression on Monday night before calming down on Tuesday.

A map showed that Vicente was a storm and Willa was a hurricane on Sunday.

A map showed that Vicente was a storm and Willa was a hurricane on Sunday.

A map showed that Vicente was a storm and Willa was a hurricane on Sunday.

Vicente is predicted to weaken to a state of tropical depression on Monday night before calming down on Tuesday and staying on the coast

Vicente is predicted to weaken to a state of tropical depression on Monday night before calming down on Tuesday and staying on the coast

Vicente is predicted to weaken to a state of tropical depression on Monday night before calming down on Tuesday and staying on the coast

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