Lisa, a 140-kilometer-per-hour hurricane. The southern part of Quintana Roo remains under a yellow warning.
With a low-pressure center, confined low-level air circulation, powerful winds, and a spiral arrangement of thunderstorms that produce heavy rain and squalls, a tropical cyclone is a fast-revolving storm system.
Hurricane Lisa will make landfall in Guatemala after bringing torrential rainfall and winds to Belize and will dissipate by Friday in the Bay of Campeche in Mexico.
The cyclone might strengthen to a Category 2 hurricane before moving close to or over Mexico's west-central coast on Saturday and Sunday night.
Tropical Storm Nineteen-E formed in the Pacific Ocean on Wednesday and has the potential to become Tropical Storm Roslyn and eventually a Category 2 Hurricane.
Health officials in Florida have reported an "abnormal increase" in cases of Vibrio vulnificus infections and deaths related to them as a result of contact with floodwaters.
On its projected path, Tropical Storm Karl will make landfall around the coasts of the states of Tabasco or Veracruz late Friday night or early Saturday.
Early Thursday morning, tropical storm "Orlene" formed, its center is located 470 km from Colima, which has the potential to become Hurricane Orlene. On Sunday, it is expected to make landfall in Sinaloa as a Tropical Storm.