Hurricane Nora flooded Mexico. A devastating flood hit Tlalnepantla.
After moving over the west coast of central Mexico, tropical cyclone Nora weakened to a tropical depression, and on August 30 at 3.00 UTC its center was about 60 km northwest of the city of Culiacan (central Sinaloa state), 50 km southwest of Guamuchil State (northern Sinaloa State), with a maximum sustained wind of 55 km / h.
The states of Michoacan, Colima and Jalisco experienced heavy rains, high winds and storm surges, causing floods and landslides. According to the Jalisco State Government, one person died and another went missing in the Puerto Vallarta area after the Kuale River flooded. In the city of Chihuatlan, up to 500 houses were damaged, several people were forced to flee their homes.
The NÓRA is projected to move northerly over the coasts of northern Sinaloa and southern Sonora and is expected to dissipate at the end of 30 August. Heavy rains and high waves are forecast on the west coast of Mexico from Nayarit State to southern Sonora State on August 30-31.