Hurricane Carlos has weakened slightly but is expected to regain punch, hovering stationary over the Pacific Ocean off Mexico.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center said the eye of the Category 1 hurricane was about 130 kilometres south-southwest of Acapulco and Carlos had top sustained winds of 120 km/h by 8 a.m. ET Sunday.
Computer projections from the National Hurricane Center show Carlos will likely remain a Category 1 storm when it makes landfall just south of Puerto Vallarta on Tuesday. The storm is likely to lose strength as it makes landfall and pass over Puerto Vallarta . . .