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5am and Last Update on Dissipated Ingrid

Tropical Depression Ingrid has Dissipated Tropical Depression Ingrid has Dissipated
Ingrid Dissipates Over The Mountains Of Eastern Mexico... 
Heavy Rainfall And Flooding Still Possible.
 
 
Summary Of 500 Am EDT Information
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Location... 23.7n 99.9w
About 50 Miles West Of Ciudad Victoria Mexico
Maximum Sustained Winds... 25 Mph
Present Movement... West Or 270 Degrees At 5 Mph
Minimum Central Pressure... 1008 Mb... 29.77 Inches
 
 
There Are No Coastal Watches Or Warnings In Effect.
 
 
Satellite Images And Surface Observations Indicate That 
Ingrid No Longer Has A Well-Defined Center Of Circulation 
And Has Dissipated Over The Mountains Of Eastern Mexico.
 
At 500 Am EDT... The Remnants Of Ingrid Were Located Near
Latitude 23.7 North... Longitude 99.9 West And Were Moving 
Westward At 5 Mph.
 
Maximum Sustained Winds Have Decreased To Near 25 Mph
With Higher Gusts.
 
The Estimated Minimum Central Pressure Is 1008 Mb... 
29.77 Inches.
 
 
The Remnants Of Ingrid Are 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.
 
 
This Is The Last Public Advisory Issued By The National 
Hurricane Center On This System.
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