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The tropics have gotten very active now that we've reach the peak of hurricane season. A third tropical system is now being tracked in the Gulf of Mexico. The latest in the mix, Tropical Depression 10 is located off the coast of Mexico. The center is about 115 miles from Veracruz. As of the 4AM advisory, winds were at 35 mph.
This depression is expected to strengthen and become Tropical Storm Ingrid later today. TD 10 looks to spin in the Gulf for the next couple of days before making landfall in Northern Mexico. The biggest impact will be lot of rain for Eastern Mexico. Some coastal locations could see up to 25 inches over the next several days.
Gabrielle looks to be winding down once again. With Friday morning's advisory, its been down graded to a tropical depression. The winds have died down to around 35 mph. Gabrielle is expected to dissipate by tonight. The remnant low will continue to track north missing New England.
Humberto is still hanging on as a hurricane with winds of 75 mph. But the forecast does show weakening as it continues to spin out in the Atlantic. Humberto will likely become a tropical storm by the end of Friday. Humberto will stay on its current track and is not expected to affect land.
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