Acapulco Fully Operational in Wake of Hurricane Carlos
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Acapulco tourism officials reported that is in is operating normally in the wake of Hurricane Carlos, which made landfall over the weekend.
The impact from the hurricane, which has been downgraded to a tropical storm, was minimal and included fallen trees and damage to palapas, street lamps and boats, officials said.
All the restaurants, hotels and tourist services are currently fully operational.
Hotel occupancies were at 55.91 percent on Friday, June 12 and 54.91 percent on Saturday, June 13.
Carlos is currently offshore situated off the south central coast Mexico, approximately 70 miles south southwest of Lazaro Cardenas and 180 miles southeast of Manzanillo.
Forecasters said it is possible Carlos could regain hurricane status in the next 48 hours or so. A hurricane watch remains in effect for the region west of Punta San Telmo to Playa Perula. A tropical storm warning is in effect from Punta San Telmo to Lazaro Cardenas.
Carlos is the third storm to hit the Pacific region this year. It follows on the heels of Tropical Storm Blanca, which bypassed Los Cabos earlier this month.
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