第4类飓风威拉威胁墨西哥的太平洋沿岸国际

2018-10-23    来源:未知    编辑:admin
美联社 NOAA提供的GOES东卫星图像显示东太平洋的飓风飓风,于2018年10月22日星期一通往墨西哥太平洋沿岸的路径上。(NOAA通过AP)墨西哥城 - 一场潜在的灾难性飓风威拉周一晚上以
NOAA提供的GOES东卫星图像显示东太平洋的飓风威拉,于2018年10月22日星期一通往墨西哥太平洋沿岸的路径上。(NOAA通过AP)

 

©美联社 NOAA提供的GOES东卫星图像显示东太平洋的飓风飓风,于2018年10月22日星期一通往墨西哥太平洋沿岸的路径上。(NOAA通过AP)墨西哥城 - 一场潜在的灾难性飓风威拉周一晚上以145英里每小时(230公里每小时)的速度冲向墨西哥太平洋沿岸,威胁着一系列高层度假酒店,冲浪海滩和渔村。

在更远的南方,墨西哥官员报告了12起与热带风暴维森特暴雨有关的死亡事件。

在短暂达到5级强度后,威拉的最大持续风力减弱了一些。但美国国家飓风中心表示,在预计周二登陆之前,它仍然“非常危险”并且预计会给墨西哥中西部和西南部的部分地区带来“危及生命的风暴潮,风和降雨”。

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酒店工作人员开始录制窗户,官员们开始疏散人员,关闭了学校,在一个低洼的地方,城镇坐落在海洋和泻湖之间的农田中。联邦内政部宣布,在纳亚里特和锡那罗亚州的19个城市发布了“特殊紧急情况”法令。

有关官员表示,7,000至8,000人正从低洼地区撤离,其中大部分位于锡那罗亚州。

预计飓风将在周二早些时候通过Islas Marias - 一群离海岸约60英里(96公里)的岛屿,包括自然保护区和联邦监狱。

视频:随着飓风威拉的临近,大雨淹没了墨西哥瀑布(路透社)

Ad 00:17 - up next: "Heavy rains flood Mexico waterfall as Hurricane Willa approaches" 随着飓风威拉接近,大雨淹没了墨西哥瀑布

预报员说,威拉将在下午或晚上沿着一条140英里(220公里)的路段上岸,从度假小镇马萨特兰延伸到圣布拉斯。

预计在撞击土地之前会有所减弱,但预计仍然会非常危险。

Crown Plaza de Mazatlan的助理总经理Yamile Bustamante表示,酒店管理人员并未排除疏散客人的可能性,而是在等待当局的指示。

锡那罗亚州和纳亚里特政府下令沿海地区的学校关闭并开始准备紧急避难所。

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在过去几年面临经常性和严重干旱之后,作为大旅游胜地的沿海城市已被宣布为灾区。城市的水资源压力增加,以及对水库造成进一步压力的强烈野火,使得政府实行严格的水资源配给。根据市长办公室的说法,第0天 - 大多数水龙头都会干涸 - 可能会在2018年发生。

埃拉希纳帕市市长恩里克·莫雷诺(Enrique Moreno)是威拉(Willa)赛道上约有60,000人的自治市,他说官员们正试图撤离海边村庄Teacapan的所有人。他估计有3,000人受到影响,但他预计有些人会留下来。

“人们不想撤离,但这是为了他们的安全,”他说。

在马萨特兰沿海大约60英里(100公里)处,大都市人口约为50万,市长Jose Joel Boucieguez表示,官员们准备了避难所并密切监视低洼地区。马萨特兰是一个受欢迎的度假胜地,也是许多美国和加拿大外籍人士的家园。

周一晚些时候,威拉集中在Islas Marias西南85英里(140公里)和马萨特兰西南偏南195英里(310公里)。它以9英里/小时(15公里/小时)的速度向北移动。飓风强风从风暴中心延伸35英里(55公里),热带风暴强风长达125英里(205公里)。

美国飓风中心警告说,威拉可能会带来6至12英寸(15至30厘米)的降雨 - 在某些地方高达18英寸(45厘米) - 对哈利斯科州,纳亚里特州和锡那罗亚州的部分地区造成洪水泛滥和山体滑坡可能在山区。

更远的南部,热带风暴维森特减弱,预计很快就会消散,但仍然降下强降雨,导致墨西哥南部和西南部发生危险的洪水。

瓦哈卡州的官员说,7名成人和5名儿童在溺水或泥石流中丧生。

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