Agatha has sustained winds of 45 mph and is 220 miles south-southwest of Puerto Angel, Mexico. The storm is forecast to steadily strengthen, turning into a hurricane on Sunday earlier than making landfall over the southern coast of Mexico on Monday. Mexico has issued a hurricane look ahead to the southern coast from Salina Cruz to Punta Maldonado. “Storm surge may produce coastal flooding close to and to the east of the place the middle passes the coast in areas of onshore winds,” the Nationwide Hurricane Heart stated. “The surge could also be accompanied by massive and harmful waves.” Along with storm surge, heavy rains from Agatha will hit parts of southern Mexico by Sunday into Tuesday evening. “The heaviest rain is forecast throughout the Mexican state of Oaxaca, the place 10 to 16 inches are anticipated however remoted totals as much as 20 inches is feasible,” the hurricane middle stated.