MEXICO CITY (AP) — Tropical Storm Pamela weakened to a tropical melancholy Wednesday after slamming into Mexico’s coast as a hurricane, although forecasters warned that its wet remnants may trigger flooding in elements of Texas and Oklahoma within the coming days.
Pamela made landfall early Wednesday on Mexico’s Pacific Coast about 40 miles north of the resort and port metropolis of Mazatlan, the place civil protection officers stated wind and rain brought about minor flooding however did little injury.
The U.S. Nationwide Hurricane Middle stated Pamela’s winds had fallen to about 35 mph by late afternoon. It was centered 255 miles northeast of Mazatlan and shifting northeast at 28 mph.
Forecasters stated the melancholy was more likely to dissipate by night, however may nonetheless carry “appreciable flash and concrete flooding … throughout parts of central Texas and southeastern Oklahoma.”
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