Tropical Storm Karina Gains Strength in Pacific

The National Hurricane Center is tracking another tropical storm in the Pacific, part of what has been a very active season so far in 2014.

Tropical storm Karina is over 500 miles to the southwest of Baja California.

In the past 24 hours, Karina has gained strength, and is now packing winds of 60 miles per hour. It could become a hurricane by tonight.

Thankfully, for residents on the west coasts of the US and Mexico, the storm is moving west away from land.


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