MIAMI (AP) - Hurricane Felicia is getting stronger far out in
the Pacific and is expected to absorb a weakened Tropical Storm
The National Hurricane Center says Hurricane Felicia's maximum sustained winds Wednesday have increased to near 105 mph. Felicia is expected to become a major hurricane later Wednesday.
Felicia is centered about 1,365 miles west-southwest of the southern tip of Mexico's Baja California peninsula and is moving
west-northwest near 12 mph.
Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Enrique has maximum sustained winds near 50 mph and is expected to weaken and be absorbed by Felicia. Enrique is centered about 825 miles west-southwest of Baja California, moving west-northwest near 15 mph.
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