Mike Bettes

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The most powerful hurricane on record in the Western Hemisphere is expected to hit Mexico today. Hurricane Patricia is anticipated to deliver 200-mph winds and torrential rains.

Hurricane Patricia Expected to Hit Mexico

The most powerful hurricane on record in the Western Hemisphere is expected to hit Mexico today. Hurricane Patricia is anticipated to deliver 200-mph winds and torrential rains.

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