Hurracane alerts and mudslides reports

Due the hurricane season has started, and been 2015 the four Eastern Pacific Hurricane season that have recorded their third name storm by June 11, it can be a very active season.
It can bring a lot of good raining and relieve on the heat, but it is important to be informed and protect in case of an imminent hurricane hit.
This week we will be having the remains of Carlos a Category 1 hurricane near Puerto Vallarta, rainfalls as a total of 3 to 6 inches are possible through Thursday morning. Life-threatening flash floods and mudslides are possible, particularly over mountainous terrain (Amapas upper side).
Since Carlos is a small storm, this rainfall may occur only in localized areas,some mudslides has occurred and Proteccion Civil and the Firefighters on Conchas Chinas at “la casita” station are working to clean up and open roads; for instance this morning they were working on highway 200, also around Gardenias Street passing Avalon.

ANA is working on sending the reports to them, if needed, so please email at: with location and pics of the mudslide.

Please be safe, be aware of the official reports