According to an article in National Public Radio’s blog, Hurricane Willa is now a Category 5 hurricane, with maximum sustained winds of 160 mph and is about 135 miles away from Cabo Corrientes, a municipality in southwest Mexico. The hurricane is moving at 7 mph. In all likelihood, it will impact the illegal immigrant caravan.
Some are saying it may be an Act of God to keep the invaders away from the U.S. – Mexican border. You be the judge!
The storm is expected to produce rainfall of 6 to 12 inches across southwestern and west-central Mexico, including western Jalisco, western Nayarit and southern Sinaloa, with 18 inches in some local areas. The NHC says this rainfall will cause storm surge and “life-threatening flash flooding and landslides.”
NHC forecasters say the storm is expected to move over or very near Islas Marias on Tuesday and make landfall along the southwestern coast of mainland Mexico.
Just over 9,000 people live in Islas Marias, a chain of nine small islands. Around 1,000 of them are residents; thousands more are prisoners in a penitentiary.
Sounds like a plan to me! Every indication is that it will impact not only the inmates at the prison, but the criminal invaders on the Guatemala/Mexican border who have assaulted Mexican troops attempting to hold them back.