Raymond was downgraded from a hurricane and all coastal watches and warnings were no longer in effect, the National Hurricane Center in Miami said in its 2 p.m. PDT advisory.
Raymond had maximum sustained winds of 50 mph and was moving west-southwest at 9 miles per hour. The center of the storm was about 280 miles south of Manzanillo, Mexico.
Some weakening was forecast for the next day or two and Raymond was expected to become a tropical storm later Wednesday, forecasters said.
Raymond was expected to produce an additional 2-4 inches of rain, with isolated amounts of as much as 15 inches, in Guerrero state. The rains could trigger flash floods and mudslides.
Some coastal flooding was still possible in areas.
Raymond was generating large and dangerous waves along portions of the south-central Mexican coast that could cause dangerous surf and rip tide conditions.
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