PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico – One month after the impact of Hurricane Lidia on the Jalisco coastline, local meteorologist Víctor Manuel Cornejo López has highlighted the relatively minimal damage sustained in Puerto Vallarta, referring to the event as "cheap for us." However, Cornejo López expressed concern regarding the apparent absence of lessons learned in disaster prevention.
Despite the fortuitous downgrade of Hurricane Lidia to a tropical storm before it arrived in Puerto Vallarta, which resulted in less severe consequences for the region, the meteorologist emphasized the pressing need for improved preparedness. The recent devastation in Acapulco . . .