Tropical Storm Agatha Mexico

According to the National Hurricane Center, Tropical Storm Agatha is expected to become a hurricane by Monday, May 30th. Mexico's government has issued

From Salina Cruz, Oaxaca to Lagunas de Chacahua, Oaxaca, there is a hurricane warning

From Salina Cruz, Oaxaca to Barra de Tonala, Chiapas, tropical storm warnings and hurricane watches are in effect

Tropical Storm Warning in effect from Barra de Tonala, Chiapas, to Boca de Pijijiapan, Chiapas, as well as from Lagunas de Chacahua, Oaxaca, to Punta Maldonado, Guerrero

Storm surge is likely to cause substantial coastal flooding in onshore wind regions close to and east when Agatha makes landfall

The tide will be accompanied by vast and dangerous waves along the coast

Agatha will bring severe rainfall to parts of southern Mexico from Sunday night into Tuesday night, causing life-threatening flash floods and mudslides

Keep an eye on local news for updates, follow recommendations from local officials, and dial 911 in an emergency

Some flights may be affected. For the most recent information, contact your airline

Keep your friends and loved ones informed of your location by phone, text, and social media – and let them know when you are safe