List of Wettest Tropical Cyclones By Country - Guatemala

Guatemala

Tropical Storm Agatha in May 2010 became the second-wettest tropical cyclone in the nation's history when it slowly developed while remaining nearly stationary to the southwest of Guatemala, before turning northeast and dissipating across inland Central America.

Wettest tropical cycloneGuatemala
Precipitation Storm Location Ref
Rank mm in
1 600 23.62 Mitch 1998 Central Sierra de las Minas
2 565.6 22.62 Agatha 2010 Mazatenango
3 ~250 ~9.84 Stan 2005
4 ~200 ~7.87 Adrian 2005
5 184.6 7.27 Francelia 1969

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