Extreme Weather Menaces Mexico, Japan

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Mexico and Japan are experiencing extreme weather.

In Mexico, two different storms have hit the nation from opposite sides. The remnants of Tropical Storm Manuel continue drenching the Southwestern Pacific region with dangerous rains, causing mud slides and floods.

On the opposite coast, Hurricane Ingrid is hitting Monday. The storms have caused at least 21 deaths.

Meanwhile in Japan, Typhoon Man-Yi arrived with 100 mph winds and torrential rains. The storm is damaging homes and flooding parts of the country's popular tourist destination Kyoto.

Dozens of people have been injured and 260,000 have been ordered to evacuate to shelters.

Officials say more than 300 homes have been flooded and some 80,000 homes have lost power.

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