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Hurricane Bonnie makes rare crossover into the Pacific Ocean

After surviving its journey through Central America, Bonnie is now a hurricane in the eastern Pacific.

Bonnie, when tropical storms rained heavily in parts of Central America over the weekend, with sustained winds of 90 mph on Monday morning, reaching hurricane conditions.

Bonnie is the second “B” storm in the eastern Pacific this season. The so-called storms that remain intact across the Atlantic to the Pacific retain their original names.

Hurricane Otto is the first system to remain intact since Hurricane 2016 crossed Central America. Generally, it happens once a decade that a storm passes into another basin.

The National Hurricane Center hopes Bonnie will continue to have hurricanes for the next five days as it moves away from Central America.

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