GUATEMALA CITY (AP) - The remnants of Tropical Storm Matthew are drenching parts of Central America and southern Mexico. Forecasters say the storm could become nearly stationary somewhere over Mexico today and drop 6 to 10 inches of rain on parts of Guatemala and southern Mexico.
At midday, Matthew had maximum sustained winds of about 25 mph and was centered about 40 miles southeast of Villahermosa, Mexico.
Meanwhile, far from land in the open Atlantic, Lisa weakened to a tropical depression early Sunday with maximum sustained winds of 35 mph. Further weakening is expected.