Hurricane Raymond, the first major hurricane in the eastern Pacific this season, continues to make its way closer and closer to southern Mexico's Pacific coast. While the storm is not expected to make landfall, Hurricane Raymond could dump up to 4 inches of rain along the coast and near 8 inches of rain in states like Michoacan and Guerrero.
The good news? Raymond has already been losing some steam and is expected to move westward, back into the Pacific, on Wednesday.
Location: 16.5°N 102.0°W
Winds: 115 MPH
Pressure: 959 MB