Hurricane Patricia, The Strongest Hurricane Ever Recorded, Is About To Land

Mexico is going to be getting an unwelcomed visitor this weekend in the form of the biggest Hurricane ever recorded in history. Named Hurricane Patricia, the ‘cane had reached closer toward Mexico throughout the week and is expected to land anytime Friday afternoon with almost 100 miles left to travel before it hits the coast. Once it does, it’s expected to pick up speed and “weaken the Mexico mountains”.

There’s actually a live feed of the Hurricane’s approach available on youtube for anyone interested in seeing it’s arrival. Let’s just hope she doesn’t stick around for too long.

“This storm is legit,” said a Weather Channel weatherman. That’s weatherman slang for “Get the f*ck out of there.”

Patricia is a Category 5 Hurricane with wind speeds over 200 miles per hour but the good news about where Patricia is landing (an area between Puerto Vallarta and Acapulco) is it’s a sparsely populated area that only needs to evacuate around 50,000 people. Let’s hope none of the residents decide to stick it out because this is not one you’ll be walking away from if you’re caught in the middle of it.

Stay tuned for further updates.