In Nicaragua, Category 1 Hurricane Julia makes landfall

According to the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Julia made Category 1 landfall in Nicaragua early on Sunday

Around 1:15 a.m., the storm pushed onshore near Laguna de Perlas with sustained winds of 85 mph, according to the centre

Life-threatening rainfall of 6 to 10 inches, with isolated quantities of up to 15 inches, is possible in Nicaragua along with hurricane-force winds

Through the beginning of next week, dangerous flash floods and mudslides might occur in Southern Mexico and Central America.

Along San Andres and Providencia islands, storm surges of up to four feet over normal tidal levels are conceivable.

Large, destructive waves and storm surge of up to six feet were anticipated along Nicaragua's coast

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