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Hurricane Amanda unexpectedly regained some strength on Tuesday, but remained far off Mexico’s Pacific coast and posed no threat to land. The hurricane’s maximum sustained winds were hitting 120 mph Tuesday morning, making it a Category 3 storm. AccuWeather reported over the weekend, Amanda became the strongest May eastern Pacific hurricane on record as peak winds roared to 155 mph Sunday morning. That made it a strong Category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale of hurricane intensity.



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