Hurricane Rina to Impact on Mexico; Possibly South Florida

A satellite photograph of Hurricane Rina in the Caribbean Sea, just east of the coast of Mexico.

If you are planning to vacation in places such as Cancún or Cozumel in the next few days, you may want to consider changing your plans. Hurricane Rina is expected to impact the eastern coast of the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico sometime during the afternoon or evening on Thursday, October 27, although it remains uncertain as to whether or not it will make landfall on Mexico at this time.
With sustained winds of 85 miles per hour, Hurricane Rina is currently classified as a Category 1 hurricane moving slowly northwest at approximately six miles per hour. South Florida may possibly be impacted by Rina as a tropical storm, as Rina is expected to continue weakening.
Here are two discussions on FlyerTalk pertaining to Rina:

Additional FlyerTalk discussion may be launched as warranted by this weather situation.

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