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Lidia was a major hurricane in the Eastern Pacific Ocean basin.
Lidia made landfall in Puerta Vallarta, Mexico as a Category 4 storm, with wind speeds up to 140 mph on Oct. 10.
Lidia rapidly intensified on Oct. 9, gaining strength from a tropical storm to a Category 4 hurricane in just one day. Lidia moved inland wind speeds decreased to 70 mph and continued to loose strength on Oct. 11 and 12.
Hurricane Lidia shuttered schools in Puerta Vallarta, and one man was killed by a falling tree, and two others were injured.
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Hurricane Lidia makes landfall in west-central Mexico as a category four storm with winds of 140 miles per hour.
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Hurricane Lidia strengthening into a major, category three hurricane as it approaches landfall in Mexico.
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This long timelapse of Lidia shows its slow movement while maintaining tropical storm status as it nears the Mexican coast.
Southwest of Mexico, clouds seem to flare out from Lidia during the night.
Tropical Storm Lidia meanders slowly northwestward in the eastern Pacific ocean.
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Lidia continues to churn in the eastern Pacific.
Tropical Storm Lidia develops as a new system southwest of Mexico.