Hurricane Manuel, Hurricane Manuel has made landfall in north-western Mexico.
The storm, which caused extensive destruction when it tore through Mexico’s south-west, is dumping torrential rain on Sinaloa state.
At least 80 people are confirmed to have died in flooding and landslides caused by Manuel and another tropical storm, Ingrid.
Rescuers are still searching for 58 people who were buried in a mudslide in Guerrero state.
Manuel re-emerged as a hurricane after hitting the south-west of the country on Sunday. It is slowly moving along Sinaloa’s coastline packing maximum sustained winds of 120km/h (75mph), meteorologists said.
They warned that its path was “erratic”.
Schools in Sinaloa have been closed and a fishing village of Yameto was evacuated as Manuel approached.
The resort town of Acapulco and its surrounding areas were worst hit by what was then still Tropical Storm Manuel.
Residents of La Pintada, a remote village of about 600 people north-west of Acapulco, described how the hillside buried their homes as they were holding independence day celebrations on Monday evening.
The landslide tore through the middle of the village, destroying the church, the school and the kindergarten.
“We were eating when it thundered, and when the mountain collapsed the homes were swept away and the thundering noise became louder,” Erika Guadalupe Garcia told AFP news agency.