Tropical Storm Narda brought rain to parts of the west coast of Mexico on Sunday. At 5:00 p.m. EDT on Sunday the center of Tropical Depression Narda was located at latitude 19.1°N and longitude 103.3°W which put it about 55 miles (90 km) east of Manzanillo, Mexico. Narda was moving toward the northwest at 20 m.p.h. (32 km/h). The maximum sustained wind speed was 35 m.p.h. (55 km/h) and there were wind gusts to 45 m.p.h. (75 km/h). The minimum surface pressure was 1002 mb.
The center of former Tropical Storm Narda made landfall on the west coast of Mexico between Lazaro Cardenas and Manzanillo on Sunday. Narda weakened to a tropical depression after the center moved over land. Bands of showers and thunderstorms were dropping locally heavy rain along and just inland of the portion of the coast from Acapulco to Manzanillo, Mexico. The rain could be heavy enough in some locations to cause flash floods.
Tropical Depression Narda is moving around the western side of a high pressure system over Mexico. The high is steering Narda quickly toward the northwest. Tropical Depression Narda will move along the west coast of Mexico during the next day or two. The center of Narda could move back over the Eastern North Pacific Ocean near Cabo Corrientes. Tropical Depression Narda will continue to drop heavy rain near the coast while it moves toward the northwest.