Washington, June 2 (ANI): Tropical Storm Agatha - the first tropical storm of the Eastern Pacific hurricane season, took an inland route, drenching El Salvador and Guatemala last weekend.
On May 30th, the heavy rains caused by the storms had left more than 100 people dead in Guatemala and El Salvador, also causing flash floods and mudslides - leaving more than 70,000 homeless.
On May 31, Agatha's maximum sustained winds decreased to 30 miles (46 kilometers) per hour as her remnants crossed Guatemala's western highlands and were headed into the Gulf of Mexico.
By June 1, Agatha's remnants had moved into the northwestern Caribbean Sea, and were located just east of the Yucatan peninsula - still producing intermittent showers and thunderstorms.
The National Hurricane Center (NHC) noted that "Upper-level winds...particularly to the north of the system in the Gulf of Mexico are not conducive for development."
Agatha stands only a ten percent chance of becoming tropical once again. (ANI)