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09/15/2013

Hurricane Ingrid Threatens The Gulf Coast...

Say hello to Hurricane Ingrid! It became the second hurricane of the season Saturday afternoon. The current numbers show sustained winds of 85 mph and a pressure of 986 mb. As it continues to track to the NW at 7 mph it will soak parts of Texas and Mexico...

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It looks like Ingrid might reach category 2 status before making landfall in eastern Mexico. They will see the worst of this storm but southern Texas will also have it's fair share of strong winds, high surf, dangerous rip currents, and heavy rainfall...

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Ingrid will eventually rip apart as it heads over the mountainous terrain of inland Mexico. By the time the storm comes to an end, it could drop up to 10 inches of rainfall, with localized amounts up to 25 inches!

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-Rick DeLuca

 

Rick

https://www.facebook.com/RickDeLucaWeather

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