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5am Update on Hurricane Ingrid

Hurricane Ingrid Forecast Track (NHC) Hurricane Ingrid Forecast Track (NHC)
Center Of Ingrid Approaching The Coast Of Mexico.
Summary Of 500 Am EDT Information
Location... 23.4n 97.1w
About 95 Miles NNE Of Tampico Mexico
About 50 Miles ESE Of La Pesca Mexico
Maximum Sustained Winds... 75 Mph
Present Movement... WNW Or 285 Degrees At 7 Mph
Minimum Central Pressure... 989 Mb... 29.21 Inches
A Hurricane Warning Is In Effect For Cabo Rojo To 
La Pesca
A Hurricane Watch Is In Effect For North Of La Pesca 
To Bahia Algodones
A Tropical Storm Warning Is In Effect For North Of La 
Pesca To Rio San Fernando... South Of Cabo Rojo 
To Tuxpan
At 500 Am EDT... The Center Of Hurricane Ingrid Was
Located Near Latitude 23.4 North... Longitude 97.1 West. 
Ingrid Is Moving Toward The West-Northwest Near 7 Mph
And A Turn To The West Is Expected Later This Morning...
Followed By A Turn To The West-Southwest Tonight.  On 
The Forecast Track... The Center Of Ingrid Should Cross
The Coast Of Mexico Within The Hurricane Warning Area 
Later This Morning Or Early This Afternoon.
Maximum Sustained Winds Are Near 75 Mph With Higher
Gusts.  Little Change In Strength Is Forecast Before The 
Center Reaches The Coast.  Weakening Will Begin Once 
Ingrid  Moves Over Land Later Today.
Hurricane Force Winds Extend Outward Up To 15 Miles 
From The Center... And Tropical Storm Force Winds Extend 
Outward Up To 105 Miles.
The Estimated Minimum Central Pressure Is 989 Mb...
29.21 Inches.
Ingrid Is Expected To Produce 10 To 15 Inches Of Rain
Over A Large Part Of Eastern Mexico...With Isolated 
Amounts Of 25 Inches Possible... Especially In Areas Of 
Mountainous Terrain. These Rains Are Likely To Result 
In Life-Threatening Flash Floods And Mud Slides.
Tropical Storm Conditions Are Spreading Over 
The Coast Within The Warning Areas.  Hurricane 
Conditions Are Expected To Reach The Coast Within The 
Hurricane Warning Area In A Few Hours.
A Dangerous Storm Surge Will Raise Water Levels By As
Much As 2 To 4 Feet Above Normal Tide Levels Along The 
Immediate Coast Near And To The North Of Where The 
Center Of Ingrid Makes Landfall.  Near The Coast... The 
Surge Will Be Accompanied By Large And Destructive Waves.
Next Intermediate Advisory... 800 Am EDT
Next Complete Advisory...1100 Am EDT
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