Hurricane Jennifer - September 24-28, 1973

A tropical depression formed south of Hurricane Irah on September 23rd.  It was directed eastward on the south side
of Irah's circulation, becoming a tropical storm briefly on the 24th before weakening back into a tropical depression
and turning more to the north.  Jennifer moved north-northeast, brushing by Mazatlan to the northwest before moving
into western mainland Mexico.  The graphics below show the storm total rainfall from Jennifer using data provided
by the Comision Nacional del Agua, parent agency of Mexico's national weather service.

Hurricane Jennifer (1973) Rainfall
Hurricane Jennifer (1973) Rainfall Hurricane Jennifer (1973) Rainfall