hurricane patricia

mexico

Hurricane Patricia Gives the Mexican President a Rare Chance to Look Good

Monster storm gives President Enrique Peña Nieto a rare chance to counter constant criticism for his handling of crises and scandal and bask in praise for his government's quick response.
David Agren
10.26.15
environment

​Climate Change Is Already Costing Us Billions of Dollars Every Year

Climate change has already begun to cost us, and it’s only going to get worse.
Melissa Cronin
10.25.15
mexico

​The Most Powerful Hurricane in Recorded History Did Very Little Damage

How did Mexico escape total disaster?
Daniel Oberhaus
10.25.15
americas

Video Shows Texas Getting Hammered By Some Serious Rain

One town reported that almost 20 inches fell in the past 48 hours, as heavy rains associated with the Tropical Depression Patricia swamped Texas, closing interstates and washing homes and vehicles away.
Reuters and VICE News
10.24.15
News

The Strongest Hurricane Ever Recorded Hit Mexico Last Night

The category 5 storm was downgraded to a tropical storm after hitting land.
Melissa Cronin
10.24.15
mexico

Hurricane Patricia Makes Landfall, Downgraded to Tropical Storm

The storm’s impact on land has been less severe than initially thought, but it still knocked down trees, flooded streets, and battered buildings, before rapidly losing power in the mountains that rise up along the Pacific coast.
VICE News
10.24.15
mexico

Behind Patricia: How Climate Change Is Fueling the Strongest Storm Ever Recorded

“It is an indicator of what the future looks like.”
Brian Merchant
10.23.15
americas

The Strongest Hurricane on Record in the Western Hemisphere to Hit Mexico

The Category 5 hurricane is projected to make land in the afternoon or early evening, with the storm's centre located somewhere between the resort city of Puerto Vallarta and the port of Manzanillo
Reuters and VICE News
10.23.15
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Hurricane Patricia, the Strongest Storm in Recorded History, Will Hit Mexico on Friday

The Category 5 hurricane could put 4 million Mexico residents in danger.
River Donaghey
10.23.15