Tropical Storm Javier has been downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone and is expected to continue to weaken, reported the National Meteorological System ( SMN ). The storm is located approximately 340 kilometers (km) west of Punta Eugenia, Baja California Sur, although the rains will continue in much of Mexico.
In addition, the SMN detected that at 07:00 this Sunday, central Mexico time, the low-pressure zone in the Pacific Ocean has a 100 percent probability of forming a tropical cyclone today or early Monday.
The low-pressure zone was located approximately 295 km south-southwest . . .