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Tropical Storm Ingrid is forecast to slowly move to the northwest and hit Mexico over the weekend. (Photo: National Hurricane Center) Tropical Storm Ingrid, which formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico on Friday morning, is bringing heavy rains and flooding ...
USA Today · ByDoyle Rice · 9/14/2013
Image 1: Buoy 42012 - LOLA buoy offshore AL/Pensacola showing some swell from Ingrid. Cams are also showing some small surf. CURRENT STATUS: Ingrid has moved over the coast and is weakening. The storm has weakened into a Tropical Storm with …
Surfline · 9/14/2013
TS Ingrid 2013: Hurricane Center Predicts Mexico Projected Path Friday LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Tropical Storm Ingrid 2013 aka Tormenta Tropical Ingrid will be announced by the National Hurricane Center later today. TS Ingrid’s projected path for …
Lalate · 9/13/2013
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MIAMI (AP) — Tropical Storm Ingrid is becoming a bit stronger off Mexico's Gulf coast, with forecasters predicting further increases in speed and a possible hurricane warning. The National Hurricane Center said early Saturday that the storm has maximum ...
Yahoo News · 9/14/2013
Rivers overflowed their banks, mudslides buried houses and roadways flooded as fierce tropical storm systems hit opposite sides of Mexico, killing at least 21 people, an official said. State media reported one more death. At least 16 people were killed ...
CNN · 9/16/2013
Ingrid is nearly stationary ... see some rainfall from this storm early next week. The closer landfall gets to the Texas border, the more likely Texas is to see some significant rainfall over the next week or so as a more tropical airmass would settle ...
Houston Chronicle · ByEric Berger · 9/13/2013
Tropical Storm Ingrid took aim at Mexico on Friday, prompting officials to declare a hurricane watch for the Gulf Coast. The storm sent heavy rains toward the coast on Friday. Ingrid has the potential to become a hurricane shortly before it makes landfall ...
The Inquisitr · 9/14/2013
MEXICO CITY — Hurricane Ingrid and Tropical Storm Manuel brought heavy rains to Mexico’s Gulf and Pacific coasts on Sunday, causing flooding and landslides that killed 17 people and forced some towns to cancel national Independence Day celebrations.
The Star · 9/16/2013
Media captionMexico storms kill at least 34 and leave thousands homeless At least 40 people have been killed in Mexico by two powerful storms battering the country simultaneously, one on its east and another on its west coast. Hurricane Ingrid sent ...
BBC · 9/17/2013