Bonnie becomes a hurricane in the Pacific off the coast of Mexico

(CNN) — Bonnie It has strengthened and is now a hurricane with sustained winds of 130 kilometers per hour and higher winds, according to the US National Hurricane Center (NHC).

Located about 200 miles south of Salina Cruz, Mexico, Boni is moving west-northwest at 17 mph and is expected to continue parallel to the southern coast of Mexico.

Outside of Poni, showers will continue to fall over parts of southern Mexico through Monday night. Bonnie will create waves along the Mexican coast and may cause life-threatening surf conditions and rip currents.

Bonnie is forecast to strengthen into a Category 2 hurricane in the next 24 hours as it moves towards the open Pacific Ocean.

Like a stormBoni made landfall in the Caribbean on the Costa Rica-Nicaragua border on Friday, left little damage, and entered the Pacific on Saturday, entering the Gulf of Mexico.

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