List of Wettest Tropical Cyclones By Country - Mexico

Mexico

Hurricane Wilma of 2005 drifted over the northeast portion of the Yucatán peninsula for a couple of days, dropping significant rains. A report of 1,576 millimetres (62.0 in) was reported by the Servicio Meteorológicio Nacional in Mexico, which is the wettest known 24-hour rainfall amount ever measured in Mexico. Second on the list is from Tropical Storm Frances in 1998, which accumulated up to 1,019 millimetres (40.1 in) of rain at Independencia in southern Chiapas. Below is a list of the highest known storm total rainfall amounts from individual tropical cyclones across Mexico. Most of the rainfall information was provided by the Mexico's National Weather Service, Servicio Meteorológico Nacional, which is a part of the National Water Commission, Comisión Nacional del Agua.

Wettest tropical cyclones and their remnants in Mexico
Precipitation Storm Location Ref
Rank mm in
1 1576 62.05 Wilma 2005 Quintana Roo
2 1119 44.06 Frances 1998 Escuintla
3 1098 43.23 TD 11 (1999) Jalacingo
4 1011 39.80 Juliette 2001 Cuadano/Santiago
5 950 37.41 Dolly 1996 Igual
6 941 37.06 Fifi/Orlene 1974 Tlanchinol
7 890 35.04 Alex 2010 Monterrey
8 805 31.69 Gert 1993 Aquismón
9 791 31.15 Hermine 1980 San Pedro Tapanatepec
10 774 30.49 Isidore 2002 Campeche

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