Flooding affected the state of Sinaloa on Mexico’s west coast after Storm Pamela made landfall on Wednesday, October 13.
Video shared by Jane Nelson shows flooding in the city of Mazatlan after the storm passed on Wednesday.
The National Hurricane Center reported that Pamela initially made landfall northwest of Mazatlan as a hurricane. It was then downgraded to a tropical storm by Mexican authorities.
Mexico’s National Meteorological Service said the storm had maximum sustained wind speeds of 62 mph, and warned of possible landslides and flooding in low-lying areas. Credit: Jane Nelson via Storyful