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Re: Ingrid & Invest 95L
      Tue Sep 17 2013 01:33 AM

Tropical Depression Ingrid continues to soak east central Mexico as the weakening system crawls westward. Humberto is once again a weak Tropical storm in the central Atlantic - with eventual movement to the north and some strengthening likely. Invest 95L appears to have moved inland over the Yucatan Peninsula north of Belize. Convection is impressive and slow development is possible if the system makes it into the GOM.
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