Pamela struck off the coast of Mexico’s Pacific Ocean on Wednesday in a hurricane north of the port city of Mazatlan, causing strong winds and rain in the city.
Pamela regained the strength of the hurricane before it hit the 40-mile (65-kilometer) coast north of Mazatlan, which is also a resort for Mexican tourists.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Pamela was moving at a maximum speed of 75 miles per hour (120 kilometers per hour) on land, although it is expected to weaken rapidly as it inland. Moves.
The hurricane was moving northeast at 14 miles per hour (22 kilometers per hour) and the remains could reach Texas by Thursday.
The epicenter was reported below the ground, however; no tsunami alert was issued. The epicenter was reported below the ground, however; no tsunami alert was issued.
Pamela was predicted to weaken as she crossed northern Mexico and could reach the Texas border by the end of Wednesday or Thursday as a tropical depression or remnant. The center said the remnants of the storm could cause heavy rain in central Texas and southeastern Oklahoma.