Hurricane Marty - September 21-26, 2003

Early on September 22, Hurricane Marty entered the Gulf of California after passing northward through the southern tip
of Baja California.  Moving quickly to the north, the cyclone scraped the coast and moved into the northern end of the
Gulf before stalling due to a blocking ridge over Nevada.  Then a tropical depression, the cyclone spread rains across
Arizona, New Mexico, and western Texas before becoming a remnant low on the evening of September 24.
The low slowly drifted south-southwest, dissipating over the northern Baja California peninsula on September 26.
Below is its track, provided by the National Hurricane Center.

Marty (2003) Track

The graphics below show the storm total rainfall for Marty, which used data from the National Climatic Data Center
and the Comision Nacional del Agua, parent agency of Mexico's National Weather Service.

Hurricane Marty (2003) Rainfall Marty (2003) Filled Contour Rainfall
Marty (2003) Filled Contour Rainfall on White Background