Strong Winds Slam Mexico's Southwest as Hurricane Enrique Sweeps Pacific Coast

Hurricane Enrique was likely to cause “life-threatening” flash flooding and mudslides in southwestern Mexico, the National Hurricane Center said on Sunday, June 27.

Tropical Storm-force winds were forecast along portions of southwestern Mexico through early Monday, forecasters said, while the severe weather was expected to continue until Tuesday.

This video shows strong winds battering Barra de Navidad in Mexico’s Jalisco state. Credit: Protección Civil JAL via Storyful

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