It is anticipated that the storm will make landfall in the southern part of Mexico.
At the beginning of the hurricane season in 2022, a tropical depression that was located in the eastern portion of the Pacific Ocean evolved into Tropical Storm Agatha.
At seven in the morning Central Daylight Time, it was located 220 miles to the southwest of Puerto Angel, Mexico, and it was moving around five miles per hour to the west.
The National Hurricane Center forecasts that it will become a hurricane on Sunday as it moves toward southern Mexico. This prediction is based on the storm’s current location.
A Hurricane Watch has been issued for parts of the southern coast of Mexico, ranging from Punta Maldonado to Salina Cruz.