LAST UPDATE: Earl dissipates over Mexican mountains

The National Hurricane Center reported Saturday that Earl has dissipated over the mountains in Mexico. That ends its reporting on the storm.
Earl, which became a hurricane and made landfall in Belize early Thursday, by Friday afternoon had been downgraded to a tropical storm again and was traveling westward across northern Guatemala. At 1 p.m., it was 35 miles northwest of Flores, Guatemala, with winds of 45 mph.
It still is expectedto produce 2 to 4 inches of rainfall over several Mexican states through Saturday night, bringing a total of 8-12 inches, causing some flash flkooding.