Tropical Storm Max

Tropical Storm Max

Max was a weak tropical storm in the Eastern Pacific basin.

Max made landfall in the Southern Pacific coast of Mexico on Oct. 10, about 40 miles east of Zihuatanejo, a resort town. Flash floods were warned, but no damage was reported.

Max had wind speeds of 60 mph, and Puerto Vallarta remained under hurricane warnings for Hurricane Lidia.

For more information, see the National Hurricane Center.

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Max Makes Landfall and Dissipates

Description:

Tropical Storm Max makes landfall in the state of Guerrero, Mexico bringing heavy rains and strong winds to the area. The storm quickly weakened and dissipated after landfall. 


Phenomena: Tropical Cyclones

Satellite: GOES-18

Product: GeoColor

Max Approaches Mexico

Description:

Tropical Storm Max nears landfall on the western coast of Mexico.


Phenomena: Tropical Cyclones

Satellite: GOES-18

Product: Infrared (band 13) Visible (band 2)