Weather conditions: The conditions have been improved. Locally rains are still remaining whole country.
Forecast: A low small pressure is moving across in the Eastern of Honduras and Nicaragua, expanding above the Caribbean Coast. The tropical wave # 43 is leaving the western side of the country. A cold system is expecting to arrive at Yucatan.
Alerts: The RED ALERT has been issued for 24 more hours in the municipalities of Corquín and Cucuyagua in Copan Department; and Belén Gualcho in Ocotepeque; and Cortes Department. YELLOW ALERT has been declared in Atlántida, Yoro, Olancho, Colón, Francisco Morazán, El Paraíso, Gracias a Dios, Choluteca and Valle. GREEN ALERT has been declared for the rest of the country.
New floods areas are being reported along the country, manly in the lowland of the Department of Comayagua, Cortes, La Paz and Gracias a Dios, and Marale Francisco Morazan, which is a hilly area habited by indigenous population.
In Tegucigalpa, due to the landslide in the Bambú ravine, a 780 people have been evacuated at Las Cabañas, El Eden and El Reparto neighborhoods, and 650 of them are in shelters, and the rest are in families' houses. Due a potential landslide at Ulloa neighborhood 232 people have been evacuated.
Since Saturday morning until Sunday afternoon the Government will be working in minimum discharges at the Cajon dam.
A need assessment was carried out by the CODEM of Tegucigalpa, and it indicates a total of 2,300 people in shelters; 280 houses are uninhabitable in 97 neighborhoods.
Areas in risk: 500 people at the Ulloa neiborghood in Tegucigalpa.