Debris left by Hurricane Patricia litters the Chamela community in the state of Jalisco, Mexico, on Saturday, October 24. Patricia weakened over north-central Mexico, dumping heavy rain that triggered flooding and landslides. By late Saturday afternoon, Patricia had degenerated into a remnant area of low pressure, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center.
A truck sits covered in tree branches on October 24 in Cuastecomates, Mexico.
Mexican soldiers patrol looking for people in need of help in the El Rebalse community in Jalisco state, Mexico, on October 24.
Firefighters set a line to pump water out from a flooded area in Cihuatlan, Mexico, on October 24.
A dog sits outside a flooded house on October 24 in Zoatlan, Mexico.
Soldiers evacuate residents to a shelter in Zoatlan on October 24.
Men work to restore downed power lines on October 24 in Melaque.
A worker cleans out the Monterey Hotel on October 24 in Melaque, Mexico.
Mexican soldiers remove sand from the street in Manzanillo, Colima state, on Saturday, October 24, after Hurricane Patricia hit the coast of neighboring Jalisco state.
A truck driver braves a flooded street leading into Tecomán, Colima state.