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Aug 01, 2011
Hurricane Eugene, which attained that status early Monday afternoon, brings to five the number of named hurricanes to have formed in the eastern Pacific this season.
At 2 p.m. Eugene was located 400 miles southwest of Zihuatanejo and boasted maximum sustained winds of 75 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center. The storm is tracking to the northwest and it does not appear as though it will make landfall or pose a threat to residents on land.
If it stays on its projected path, it will steer well clear of Cabo San Lucas on the tip of Baja California, unlike its predecessor Dora. Eugene appears to be tracking far enough from Baja that the parched peninsula might not receive significant rainfall.
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