Hurricane Patricia quickly weakened after barreling into Mexico's Pacific coast on Friday night, but the country was still bracing for havoc caused by the mega-storm.
The Category 5 hurricane—the largest ever seen in the Western Hemisphere—initially made landfall with 165 mph winds.
News footage showed heavy wind and rain lashing the coastline.
But Patricia was downgraded to a tropical storm by Saturday morning. No deaths were reported. President Enrique Peña Nieto said that "the damage has been less than those expected from a hurricane of this magnitude."
Even so, there were worries that the rain could cause major flooding and landslides. The Mexican government cautioned people to keep their guard up.