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Last Updated: 09/18/14 23:43:03 EDT
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Hurricane Summary POSTED: September 18, 2014 8:18 p.m. Polo Continues to Impact Parts of Western Mainland Mexico Polo, now a tropical storm, continues to parallel the west coast of mainland Mexico. While the brunt of the impacts associated with Polo will remain offshore, outer rain bands from the system are expected to continue to impact western portions of the Mexican States of Colima, Guerrero, Michoacan, and Jalisco through Friday. Rainfall totals are generally expected to range between 2-4 inches, with the heaviest totals expected near the immediate coast and in higher elevations. This could result in some flooding across the area. In addition, a few wind gusts to around 40 mph will be possible at the immediate coast. By the weekend, the threat for heavy rain will shift to extreme southern portions of Baja California sur as outer rain bands clip the area. Elsewhere, the remnants of Odile will continue to bring the threat for flooding rainfall from Sonorra, Mexico into Texas over the coming days. While no other tropical development is expected in the immediate future, there are indications that a system may attempt to develop off the southern coast of Mexico later this weekend or early next week.

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