Tropic Storm Kiko re-forms off Mexico's coast

By: The Associated Press
By: The Associated Press

Call it Kiko Two.

Once again Tropical Storm Kiko is posing a threat to Mexico's Pacific coast, a day and a-half after being downgraded to a tropical depression.

The National Hurricane Center is warning coastal villages and resorts to keep an eye out for the storm, which is posted about 290 miles south of Manzanillo. It has sustained winds of 40 miles-per-hour.

The storm isn't expected to hit land, but the heavy rains it's creating could drench southwest Mexico in the coming days.

Officials say while the storm will likely get stronger, it isn't expected to become a hurricane.


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