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2005-10-19 03:16:08

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An Air Force plane has measured maximum sustained winds of near 175 mph from Hurricane Wilma, the U.S. National Hurricane Center reported early on Wednesday, making it an extremely dangerous Category 5 storm.

2005-10-18 19:44:32

By Jane Sutton MIAMI (Reuters) - Hurricane Wilma triggered mudslides that killed up to 10 people in Haiti as the season's record-tying 21st storm strengthened rapidly on Tuesday and headed for the Gulf of Mexico on a path toward storm-weary Florida. At 8 p.m.

2005-10-18 18:59:27

By Jane Sutton MIAMI (Reuters) - Hurricane Wilma triggered mudslides that killed up to 10 people in Haiti as the season's record-tying 21st storm strengthened rapidly on Tuesday and headed for the Gulf of Mexico on a path toward storm-weary Florida.

2005-10-18 17:35:32

By Jane Sutton MIAMI (Reuters) - Hurricane Wilma drenched the Caribbean coast of Honduras on Tuesday and strengthened rapidly as the season's record-tying 21st storm headed toward the Gulf of Mexico on a path for storm-weary Florida.

2005-10-18 09:54:24

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wilma strengthened into a hurricane Tuesday morning with maximum sustained winds of 75 miles per hour, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said in an advisory.

2005-10-18 04:54:48

LONDON (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Wilma is likely to become a full-blown hurricane soon as it gathers strength in the Caribbean and aims at Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, Cuba and south Florida, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said on Tuesday.

2005-10-17 13:18:34

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Four of seven major weather models predicted Tropical Storm Wilma, which could become a hurricane by Tuesday, will head for the Gulf Coast of Florida.

2005-10-17 12:41:51

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Wilma unexpectedly formed in the western Caribbean early Monday and triggered some nervous buying by energy traders, but weather models showed widely divergent paths for the storm.

2005-10-17 10:50:49

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Four of seven major weather models predict Tropical Storm Wilma, which could become a hurricane by Tuesday, will head for the Gulf Coast of Florida.

2005-10-17 07:39:15

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Four of seven major weather models predict Tropical Storm Wilma, which formed in the Caribbean Sea earlier Monday, would slam into the Yucatan Peninsula in either Mexico or Belize later this week.


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