Tropical Storm Cosme turned into a hurricane off the coast of Mexico

June 25, 2013. Tropical storm "Cosme", which originated in the Pacific Ocean, on Tuesday became the first hurricane of category and moves off the coast of Mexico, according to the meteorological services.

Now, "Cosme" is not far from the Baja California peninsula about 580 km from the Mexican coast. Experts believe that this storm will bypass the coast and not harm.

Wind speed in a hurricane reaches 120 kilometers per hour, it moves in a northwesterly direction at a speed of about 30 kilometers per hour.

Tropical storms are named when accompanying wind reaches speeds in excess of 62 kilometers

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