The hurricane was transferring north-northeast at 20 miles per hour (31 kph) and was anticipated to lose drive because it strikes additional inland.
Whereas it missed a direct hit, Roslyn introduced heavy rain and excessive waves to Puerto Vallarta, the place ocean surges lashed the beachside promenade.
Roslyn got here ashore in Nayarit state, in roughly the identical space the place Hurricane Orlene made landfall Oct. 3.
The hurricane made landfall across the village of Santa Cruz, close to the fishing village of San Blas, about 90 miles (150 kilometers) north of Puerto Vallarta.
In Tepic, the Nayarit state capital, Roslyn blew down bushes and flooded some streets; authorities requested residents to keep away from going out Sunday, as crews labored to clear a landslide that had blocked a neighborhood freeway.
In the meantime, beachside eateries in Puerto Vallarta the place vacationers had lunched unconcerned Saturday had been deserted Sunday, and at some the waves had carried away railings and small thatched buildings that usually maintain the solar off diners.
The Jalisco state civil protection workplace stated authorities had been patrolling the world, however had not but seen any main injury.
The Nationwide Water Fee stated rains from Roslyn may trigger mudslides and flooding and the U.S. hurricane heart warned that heavy rains may trigger flash flooding and landslides over the rugged terrain inland.