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Floods hit Mexico’s west coast as Pamela’s remnants moved towards Texas

On October 13, after Hurricane Pamela landed northwest of Mazatlan, a resort town on the Pacific coast, parts of Mexico’s west coast were hit by heavy floods. Wednesday. Pamela landed as a hurricane and was later downgraded to a tropical cyclone by Mexican authorities. The National Hurricane Center said Pamela was diverging in northeastern Mexico and storm debris would bring heavy rains to Texas and Oklahoma late Wednesday. Credit: Proteccion Civil Mexico via Storyful

Floods hit Mexico’s west coast as Pamela’s remnants moved towards Texas

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