Mobile, Ala. (WKRG) – Julia is no longer with just remnants heading into the Pacific.
Within Julia is an area of circulation over the Yucatan Peninsula that the National Hurricane Center is watching. It has a medium chance for development and will continue to trek to the west. This brings no immediate threats to us, but we will continue to keep you updated.
Julia made landfall along the coast of Nicaragua early Sunday morning around 2:15 local time as a category 1 hurricane with max winds of 85 mph. Life threatening flooding conditions and mudslides are impacting portions of Central America.