Hurricane Pamela made landfall on Mexico’s west coast on October 13, bringing strong winds and rain to Mazatlan, a resort town on the Pacific coast.
This footage, posted to Twitter, shows palm trees swaying in a residential area lashed by hurricane winds.
According to the US National Hurricane Center, Pamela made landfall northwest of Mazatlan with maximum sustained wind speeds of 75 mph.
Forecasters warned of life-threatening storm surges and flash flooding in affected areas. Credit: @eddygranny via Storyful